Causes Of Decreased Appetite For Children?
good morning, this is how my child lately his appetite is reduced, it’s been 3 days … if I give him food is always thrown away, the milk is the same … finally I give him fruit juice but only a little … sprue sprue … same gums in the cheekbone area … if you eat her cry … thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. There are various causes of a child's decreased appetite, and understanding each of these causes will be able to help us in returning it, including:
Children get bored with food Children experience sprue There are teeth that grow Children don't like the taste of food Children sulk for one reason or another There are certain diseases such as viral infections and so on which give rise to feelings of unwell and decreased appetite
So it is important for you to recognize which of the above causes is the main cause of the condition. If you are confused or doubtful, you should check your child at a pediatrician, especially if it is clear the condition is caused by canker sores that must be treated with medication. Your pediatrician will later determine what problems your child has through history, physical examination and support if necessary. Sprue also, must be sought to know why he can experience thrush, whether due to lack of nutrition, fungal infections, bitten, toothpick, or other. By checking your child's condition directly, misunderstandings can be avoided, and the handling can be more appropriate.
Meanwhile, if your child can already be invited to dialogue, persuade him to eat delicate foods such as porridge, soup or cereal, or ask him to chew food on the painless side. Also persuade him to consume fruits that contain vitamin C such as oranges, mangoes and pineapples, also be patient to accompany him to eat while he is playing or watching something to distract his mind. So, hopefully answering your question.