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17 month old boy not gaining weight

My son is 17 months old. He eats well and eats all kinds of food. But has hasn't been gaining weight. The doctor is concerned. Anything I can do about it? He does not have anemia and his blood work came out fine.
  hennadesign on 2011-01-25
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u have not told where r u from? Any way u can get Alfalfa Tonic by Lehning or Schwabe or any well known company for the boy.
If cant do this
1 = Alfalfa Q
2 = Avena Stiva Q
3 = China Q
tcdserver last decade
Hi Tcd, thanks for taking the time. I am originally from India but I live in US. So what should I do with these tonics, give them once every day. What quantity? How should I give it- with good, without food, before meal etc etc...

Thanks in advance.
hennadesign last decade
One more question- do I give all three or just one. Do I mix all and give or give separate at separate times?

hennadesign last decade
you can mix them all.
tcdserver last decade
But the time difference of 5 mins between them better. Three times a day before meal
tcdserver last decade
What quantity do you recommend?
hennadesign last decade
5 drops each
tcdserver last decade
Hello tcdserver
I just wanted to mention, we have success. My son gained like 1.5 lbs in 2 weeks but now he has been at the same weight for last two weeks. Any dosage change or medication change? He is 18 months 3 weeks now.
hennadesign last decade

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