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    My 4 month old baby fights with his feeding everytime
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    kinniedaisy posted:
    Hi, I'm a mom of 2 and my 4 month old fights with his meal all the time. He was recently diagnose with UTI and had been treated. But I still notice that his appetite haven't got back to normal yet. He's eating every 4-6 hrs versus every 3hrs. He's still gaining some weight but not eating much and rather sleep than eat. My pedi didn't think its a big concern since he's still gaining somewhat. I'm just overly stressed with each feedings. I don't know what else to do... Please help....
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