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toddler not eating and getting cranky

Hi,

2 yr 9 month old, not eating food and gets very cranky. Seems he gets hungry but doesn't like to eat anything we offer. he keeps the food in the mouth for long time without chewing. Stops eating after 4-5 bites but then later gets cranky , starts crying for no reason. We think because he is still hungry, we tried to give him food again but doesn't take it.
He is taking homeopathy medicine for Eczema right now.

coolme
 
  coolme on 2014-07-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What is the homeopathic medicine and potency?

How often does he take a dose? When did this medicine
start being given?

Is a homeopath supervising this?

He could be having effects from the medicine making this
happen.
 
simone717 7 years ago
No, this problem of not eating was for a long time even before he started this medicine.

For Eczema, A homeopath in India is supervising. I don't know the names but can check.
 
coolme 7 years ago
Hi, Please check on the medicine name/names and potency.

Since you are giving him the meds then you would know the
amount of times per day.

The childs entire case has to be taken to see what is going on here.

Have you spoken to the Indian homeopath about this problem?

What did he say?

Is the child underweight?

The case really needs to be supervised by one person, bc someone
on here cannot prescribe for this, while another person is prescribing
for eczema- you cannot do ' parts' of things bc it won't work right.

Choices are:

1. Have your current homeopath address this.

2. Have another homeopath take over in India to do the entire case.

3. Have someone on here prescribe on the entire case.
 
simone717 7 years ago

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