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Toddler not eating well. Urgent help required plzzz..

Hi..
My daughter is 2 and a half year old. She doesnt want to eat. She keeps the food in her mouth and takes forever to swallow. It takes 2 or more hours to finish just half a roti(indian bread). Im really fed up of this routine. And when i try to feed her forcefully she throws up.. her weight is 11kgs just. She can eat chips cookies candies no issue with these type of things but not food. I have tried so many different types of food but of no use. I really need urgent help please..
A tired mom :(
 
  Ostoo on 2018-01-16
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when all this start?
what her health history? illnesses/treatmenst?vacccines?dates / details?
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
It all started when she was an yr old exactly..
No such heath issues, just she was born premature at 35/36 wks. She was an IUGR baby. No illnesses/treatments.
All the vaccines are up-to-date.
 
Ostoo 3 years ago
was she breastfed? if so what complications (if any) with breastfeeding?
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
Yes she was breastfed. There wasn’t any complication with breastfeeding, she used to feed for 1hr at every feeding time..
 
Ostoo 3 years ago
concerning timing..help me with details

breastfed to 1 year age (what health ills she have til this point?and how treated?)
what procedure and foods and such when weaning or stop immediate breastfeeding?did the current complain occur at same time?
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
I did breastfed her til 1 yr age and stopped immediately in 3 days because i got pregnant and doc asked me to stop immediately and so i did. And yes she was like this before quitting bresastfeeding. She started all this since the beginning of purees. I used to give her mashed bananas, semolina pudding, oats cereal etc and she would cry like hell during meal. Then i stopped feeding her forcefully then her weight went to 9kgs when she was 2 exactluly then again i started feeding her forcefully and her weight went to 11kgs. But its too much effort for me and for herself as well. She is cranky all the time.
 
Ostoo 3 years ago
how much she drink during 24 hour period?
what is her preferences for drink? temperature of liquid?
will she ask for something when hungry?
does she ask for chips and sweets?
when u say chips..is this salted type?
does fingernails have any white spots on/under them?
what skin ills did she have from birth to current and how treated?
when was 1st vaccine given?when last ?dates?
 
John Stanton 3 years ago
She drinks lots of water.
she prefer chocolate milk over others. Cold and luke warm milk but she drinks cold water.
When she is hungry she asks for choc milk. She rarely asks for anything to eat and when i offer her food she refuses and at the same time if i ask for chips, cookies, choc she takes it and eats it right away.
Yes chips are salted.
No, there isn’t any spot on/under nails.
No skin ills.
1st vaccine was given in oct 2015(when she was 2months old) and last vaccine was given in april 2017(when she was 18months old)
 
Ostoo 3 years ago
how energetic is she?
how is her sleep ?when her typical sleep times/hours slept uninterrupted?if interrupted whatseems to wake her?

how is her ability to learn?any complications in this area?
how is her speech for her age?as your opinion/observation?

will she actually fight withyou during times you seek feed her?what exactly does this look lie?please explain..

how does she do with other children?how playful with you and father?
please explain anything that comes to mind other than what has been asked..not matter how seemingly unrelated or unimportant
 
John Stanton 3 years ago

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