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    Help! My 4yr old wont eat food.
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    Casey024 posted:
    My 4 year old son will not eat anything besides Doritos and Gerber Wagon Wheels. When he was 2 years old he choked on a pizza roll and I had to shove my finger down his throat to get it out. Ever since then he is deathly scared to eat anything else. I have tryed not giving in to his Doritos thinking he will get hungry enough to eat something else. Didnt work - he went almost 3 days without eating anything before i gave in. We Have gone to OT therepist and they were little to no help. They just tell me he has "scencery issues" I dont know what to do. Im about to pull my hair out. I cry all the time because they one thing i want more in life is for him to eat. Someone please shoot me in the right direction on what to do...
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