Selective eating disorder

What is Selective eating disorder?

Selective eating disorder is an eating disorder that prevents the consumption of certain foods. It is often viewed as a phase of childhood that is generally overcome with age. Children may not grow out of the disorder, however, and may continue to be afflicted with SED throughout their adult lives.

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my daughte is 2.3 years of age.She is constipated since last year.She passes black pellets in small amount.She is not eating anything like...

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It's cause of concern for long Constipation. Moreover eating habits will change only when she feel better inside.

If she was my patient, I would...

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My son is 23 months. Suddenly he has stopped disliking all the food. He just removes it from the mouth. I make healthy receipes for him but he is...

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I am Dr. Taher K and I will try and answer your query - a very common type of problem in toddlers. Children between the ages of 1 and...

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My daughter is 1 year old but she is underweight. she was weighing 3.1 kg when she was born but now she is just 7 kgs after completing 1 year on...

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Thanks for your query.

I am glad your child is 1 year old.

The weight of a child by end of a year is usually around three times the...

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