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Infant having low appetite, vomits entire food on feeding, want to know tips to improve appetite

Hi My daughter is 1 year and 3 months old. She is not taking food properly and has vomiting sensation while having food. Sometimes she vomits the entire food she has taken as soon as having it. Also, she would keep anything she finds in her mouth and keeps doing this all through the day. How can she get proper apetite? Also, is there any stomach issues which is causing this? Thanks Suja Arun
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jun 2012
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check if her height & weight are within normal limit. If so dont push her for too much of food. Usually its common complaint at this age there should not not any issue with her gastro intestinal tract. Hoever if the problem persists you can have a consultation with a pediatrician.
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