Abnormal relationship of the vessels can cause intestinal obstruction or volvulus. It may be asymptomatic as well. If it is symptomatic in the form of pain that is related to malrotation, then this baby may need corrective surgery. You should show to a pediatric surgeon.
It may or may not cause problem in the future. Some of the patients may remain asymptomatic, and a minority of these develop symptoms. We cannot predict about the particular patient. You keep close follow up with your physician or surgeon.
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.. that 14 kg is fine for a 3.5 years old child. Since this is a growing phase, children become taller, which actually makes the parent think that the child is thin. Do not worry about this.
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