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    Need Help Baby Wont Gain Weight
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    JaydensMommy0113 posted:
    Okay so im at childrens hospital in arkansas an my son is 4.5 months old an weighted 7.10 onces when he was born an he only weighs 10.2 now they have done all kinds of test everything is coming back normal we have also changed his formual to almost everthing he has been dyignosted with reflux an takes medication for that zantac an they did a ready to feed on him they have also checked all his intestions out he rolls over he has two teeth on the bottom his brain is growing fine an so is his bones its just his weight. what should i ask the doctor we have been in the hospital on an off for almost 3 months please give me answer or atlest somthing i can ask the docotor
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    Nickels1351 responded:
    Pyloric Stenosis


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