Baby not eating anythingHi all,
My almost 25 months old baby boy(12kg weight, 81cm tall) is having some eating issues off late.
He had a cold two weeks back, ever since he recovered, he is a very choosy eater. He only takes fish and egg whites, nothing else, no bread or rice or any other carbohydrates, no cereal or pulses, no fruits or veggies, just his formula milk& egg& fish.
His poo is smelling bad, it's somewhat solid and little blackish ( it used to be creamy, less smelly and yellowish before). He scratches his anal area, but no bumps or discoloration. We had dewormed him a month back.
Pls suggest something. I really realy want my baby to eat healthy...he is becoming lean day by day...
He isn't sick, is very active, plays n runs around, no other noticeable change in behaviour or health status.
Thanks for your time, awaiting sone solutions
Eecki on 2019-12-06
Gnawing and boring in bowels.
Aggravated by eating sweet things.
Loss of appetite.
Blue rings around eyes.
Itching of nose.
Irritable and cross.
Loss of appetite or voraciousness at times.
Constipation or diarrhea.
♡ HealthyWorld last year
3drops+3spoons water in the morning and in the evening for 2 days.
♡ freehomeoforall last year
Loss of appetite...yes
Blue rings around eyes...no
Itching of nose... occasionally
Irritable and cross...very much
Loss of appetite or voraciousness at times....yes
Bloated stomach... occasionally
Constipation or diarrhea...not much
Eecki last year
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