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my toddler has no appetite

My son is 26 months old and has very little appetite. He was breastfed exclusively for 15 months because he had no interest in food. He then started to eat, but was extremely picky. I breasted him until he was 21 months olds, and had to wean him because I was 20 weeks pregnant with my second child. My son has several food allergies. However, even when I make food that he normally enjoys, he refuses to eat. Much of this has gotten much worse since the birth of our second child. He is very lean and of average height. Please help and give us a remedy which would increase his appetite.
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  sababaig on 2007-03-10
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Please give yr baby Calceria Phos-6x 2 grain thrice a day for two weeks and report.

Dr. Mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade
I only have calcerea phos 30x at home; is that okay?
Also, he has been very difficult since the birth of his younger sister(understandably so). However, He has been giving us a very hard time with sleeping and being very defiant. He yells whenever anything goes against his will. Is there anything I can give him to soothe him?
Thanks.
 
sababaig last decade
calcerea phos-6x will be much batter than 30x.
You may also give him one doze of Chamomila-30c daily at night for a week for his bad behaviour.

Dr. Mahfooz
 
Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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