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Looking for help - Loss of appetite in children

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  • Posted By: MarekM
  • July 6, 2010
  • 05:26 PM


I have a 1 year old daughter and she is not willing to eat at all. They done the blood examination for her and she is just missing Vitamin K. Is not really possible to feed her, as she is pushing the spoon away and throwing the food around. She will turn one year in couple of days and is still 8 kilos... She is keeping this weight for last 5 months and GP, health visitor or paediatrician just keep saying she is happy baby. I don't really know, what to do, I'm just desperate to get some help. She doesn't want a baby food, porridge, adult food, salted or sweet food, food with pieces... If someone know, what could be the problem, or have any idea should work, please do not hesitate to reply for this post.


Mark :confused:

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