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Dr Kadwa, Low appetite, fear, anger, gums hurt8 year old, older twin boy, little over 4 feet tall, 53 pounds, thin built, active, very creative. He has very low appetite, eats very little, likes to eat healthy things like salad, green veggies. Prefers salty over sweet. Prefers cold drinks, says warm milk makes him feel like throwing up. Complains about pain around belly button, has been taking probiotics for last 3 weeks and have not complained about the pain. He eats breakfast alright, never finsihes lunch (most of the times only takes one bite), most of the times cannot finish his dinner either ( eats about half as much as his twin brother can).
He is very afraid of been alone, does not like to go upstairs to his room alone. Constantly checks if i (his mother) is there, will continuously call out to make sure I haven’t gone anywhere. Want someone close by when going to take a shower. At night wants me to sleep near him. He also gets very angry ( so angry that he wants to hit the person he is angry with, and starts to cry with big tears rolling down) he gets very defensive. Does not like to be wrong, possesive of his things/ toys. Does not like to share with his brother. He wants things that only belong to him (as a twin has had to share too much i guess, especially my attention).
He does not brush his teeth properly, his gums hurt and has cavities. His front two teeth are not straight and are sensitive to cold things.
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DKS on 2018-02-13
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