I know this is kind of late (a year already) but my (now) 26 month old chokes on EVERYTHING she drinks, EVERY TIME she drinks and this has been happening since she was born (as soon as my milk came in). I thought she choking because my milk came out too fast but then it started when she weaned and I thought she just drank too fast but now I'm overly concerned because lately she's been choking so bad that she spits out what she drinking and today she spit apple juice all over me, my cellphone and the floor. We have switched pediatricians because the one she had from birth moved out of state and I am not too fond of her new one =/ Not sure what I should do, and any help is greatly appreciated! View Thread
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