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Eating Disorders Expert
This is not really a question for this forum, as I only answer questions pertaining to adolescent and adult eating disorders.I am not a pediatrician and think that this is where to go if you are still concerned. It is good that you have already consulted with a doctor and all seems fine. Our baby is also just one years old and although we have been fortunate with no problems yet, this is an exception. The teething period is often a good explanation for early eating problems and disruptive eating habits. Just make sure that you baby is not losing weight and maintaining good weight gain. Do you see a pediatric outpatient nurse who gives your baby her shots, etc.? Ask there if you are seeing someone. It is also quite normal for a 1-year-old to demonstrate early eating problems like food refusal. Don't panic, but watch the situation closely and try and make the feeding times playful.
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