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Infant having eating problems, not gaining weight. Nauseated on eating. What could be wrong?

Hi, My son is 15 months old, but he is not like eating & stay hungry all day. I started working for 9 hours but still he does not eat anything when i am not there.He is getting skinny day by day. No multivitamin is affecting him.He has feverish temperature many times & very frequently. When I offer him something like Cerelac, or milk , he feels like pukish. At night he takes my feed but he does not take bottle. I am really very worried about him. Please suggest. Abha GUpta +0000
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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You didn't mention his current weight and length, they are most important parameters to judge his growth. I suggest you get his routine investigations done like a Haemogram, Mx test,stool and urine routine examination done to look for common causes like Anaemia, stool and urine routine examination, and then take remedial action accordingly. Thanks.
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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