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    Default DS lost his appetite.

    DS (16 months) is usually a champion eater. The last couple of days he has only eaten some toast for breakfast. I have tried to feed him anything and everything but he isn't interested. Could this be just because he is also teething at the moment? Did your child also lose their appretite when they were teething? Help!
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    Default DS lost his appetite.

    Dd is exactly like this atm she is almost 14 mths and pretty much won't eat a thing, a few grapes and that's about it, she cut her first molar last week and I think the next ones only a couple of days away I'm hoping its only a teething thing too

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    My child hasn't eaten much in the past week and on Thurs it became obvious he had a raging cold. I've now caught it and my throat is so sore, so I'm not surprised he wasn't eating.

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    Default DS lost his appetite.

    My nearly 18mth old is going through this right now too, he has several teeth coming through.

    Try yoghurt - but the squeeze packs rather than with a spoon. This seems to have helped in my house at least get something in to him. I've also puréed a few veggies just to ensure he's eating.

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