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    Default 8mo reduced appetite since teething.

    Since DDs first teeth came through a couple of weeks ago she has been eating less then half her usual amount. Is this normal?
    She has always been a big eater, between 140-210mls (5-8 tablespoons) three times a day plus snacks. She's not drinking any more milk but is eating much less, sometimes only a couple of spoonfuls. Finger foods are not getting interest either.
    I'm not sure whether her gums are still sore or something else is going on, she has seemed to have a sore belly a couple of times but is otherwise her usual self. Any insights?

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    Default Re: 8mo reduced appetite since teething.

    Have you tried jelly and custard?
    Ds went through times when he wouldn't eat anything normal.
    Maybe try some thing like good die to change things.

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    Default Re: 8mo reduced appetite since teething.

    Have you tried jelly and custard?
    Ds went through times when he wouldn't eat anything normal.
    Maybe try some thing like food die to change things.

    Sent from my LG-P500 using BubHub

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