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Child is not eating anything. Xray shows soft tissue. Thickening in nasopharayx. Mild physiological adenoid enlargement. Treatment?

Hello Doctor..My daughter in 2 nd half year old. she is not eating anything from last 10 days...I have gone for Xray examination of throat and it is showing result:-
Soft tissue thickening is noted in the region of nasopharayx indenting the nasopharaygeal air column suggesting mild physiological adenoid enlargement.

Please suggest how it can be cured easily?? She is not ready to take any medicine??
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Mild adenoid enlargement in this age is common and normal.

For her appetite. Change and give a variety of food.

Rule out anemia by checking her hemoglobin.

Give her gimme and rivet her attention when feeding her.

She will improve soon.

Good luck

Dr Uma,
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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