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22-month-old niece tries to eat but stops. Help?

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Published At July 13, 2019
Reviewed AtMay 21, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

My 22-month-old niece is strictly eating baby food. She attempts to eat food but gives up before it reaches her mouth. She also is still on a bottle and occasionally drinks water out of a solo cup or sippy cup. She is also slightly behind in her speech, but interacts and usually plays. Kindly help.

Answered by Dr. M. L. Kothari

Hello,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

According to me stop milk from 8 am to 8 pm and give semisolid diet like dal, dalia, khichdi aloo kela rice, apple, upma, halwa, patolia, raab, kadi idli poha satu custard etc., And from 8 pm to 8 am give mother milk is preferable if not give top milk without water and add sugar as per your taste. To start with stop milk for 4 hours for 15 days and give semisolid diet next 15 days stop milk for 8 hours and provide semisolid food lastly stop milk from 8 am to 8 pm and provide semisolid diet. Give your kid following supplements,

1. Vitanova drops (Vitamin D3) one ml once a day.

2. Feris (Ferrous Ascorbate) drops one ml once a day.

3. Zincovit (multivitamin) drops one ml once a day.

4. Syrup Ostebon (Calcium and vitamin D3) one teaspoon full twice a day.

All above for six months.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. M. L. Kothari
Dr. M. L. Kothari

Pediatrics

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