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Vomits after taking food or cerelac

My daughter is 2 years now. She is vomiting regularly since she started taking solid food. On consulting Dr., I was advised not to force feed her. But these days she doesn t eat a proper meal even once (in a day). She eats only part of the meal and vomits when i insist on her eating the entire meal. She doesn t even eat processed food like Cerelac. How can i make her eat (without her vomiting). Please advice.
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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Hello. Your daughter is of preschool age . At this age you should take care of WHAT to eat and the child itself will take care of HOW MUCH to eat. You just have to offer her small frequent meals, may be every 2 to 4 houly feeds will suffice. Also avoid processed foods like Cerelac. Just use normal household complete diet what you are eating daily. So you should not force her to take the desired amount of feed but let her decide the required amount of food. Thanks
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