My 4 year old daughter for the past 2 months has refused to eat anything!!! She is claiming to have hair in her throat. The only thing I can get her to eat is a jar of baby food ..bananas..and even that she has only eaten about three jars in the past 2 months. Other than that daily she drinks pediasure. Is anyone else experiencing this?? Please help I am desperate and afraid for her health. I have taken her to an ENT and has an appt next week with a gasterologist but I need to know if anyone else is dealing with this. Like I said I'm desperate and very afraid.View Thread
Hi my daughter is 4 and she too is going through this problem it has been 2 months since she has eaten. The only thing I can get her to drink is pediasure for kids. Have you found another information out? My daughter claims she has hair in her throatView Thread
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