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What Can Be The Cause Of Lack Of Appetite In Case Of 2 Year Old Kid
Finicky eaters: Too much juice or milk decreases a toddlers appetite. Toddlers are also more likely to be "grazers" and eat several small snacks a day rather than 3 square meals. Talk with your pediatrician to make sure your child is plotting as expected on his growth chart. If the growth is fine, milk intake is around 18-24 oz/day and juice is less than 8 oz/day, try a balanced diet of small, frequent snacks. ...Read more
My 2yr old baby has lack of appetite..Ive been giving him multivitamins and vitamins c everyday but seems not working what should I do?
Feeding expectations: A 2yo is an age where they begin to demand independence in frustrating ways & the change in their growth needs puts parents in a bind. Between 2-3 they will grow 2-3 in/4lb compared to 10in/14lb the first year. They seldom if ever eat a balanced meal & i expect them to eat well 3-4d/mo. The rest they just nibble.I expect a balanced wk & most get it. If the kid's growth is ok @ checkups, ok to relax. ...Read more
Abnormal bruises, pain in legs, night sweats, extreme kidney pain. White blood count 4.2, neutrophils 1.2. Lack of appetite and fatigue for 11 year old?
Obviously quite: A few findings to sort through, but lymphoma could be a potentially unifying diagnosis - night sweats, lowish blood counts, fatigue, low appetite from an enlarged spleen and back pain from enlarged lymph nodes. Next step may be more blood tests and a ct scan. Good luck. ...Read more
I don't know why im so fearful of colon cancer at my age of 22 I have a poor appetite but no other symptoms like weight loss or fever how common is the cancer in a 22 year old? Is lack of appetite a symptom of colon cancer?
Unusual: I had answered with the data on colon cancer to your question. From age 20-30 the percentage of people with colon cancer is a little over 1 %. Remember that most people of any age do not get colon cancer. At your age this is very low on the list of causes. Anxiety, thyroid disease, stress, bad diet are all much more likely. See your doc so that you can stop worrying and live life happily. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello, a friend of mine, male, 50 years old, 182cm tall has a weight of 49 kg. How bad is it? He doesn't eat regulary and has a lack of appetite.
Im only 22 years old with no colon cancer symptoms except lack of appetite is that really a specific symptom of colon cancer?
My son 5 years old has malnutrition from lack of appetite doesn't eat proteinOnly some carbs ( starches n sugars ). CAN I give him egg protein milkshake ice crem with penut butter n honey, once daily From(store) Vitamin shoppe supplements for adults?
How are young children treated for cavities? Our two year old has a cavity, for which she's going to be treated next week. We're wondering what that procedure entails for young kids and if there is anything special we need to do beforehand? Our dentist ju
With care: Jule, you should really talk to your dentist. A child is learning as they grow up. A good, early dental experience is key to a life time of healthy happy teeth. Pick a dentist or pediatric dentist that is skilled in the handling of small children. They have many techniques to make the experience an easy one. Set them off on the right foot and dental care will not be scary for them. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Read: The best thing would be to read to your child as often as possible carry on normal conversations with your child, and do not allow the tv to be a baby sitter. ...Read more
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