Symptom Guide

Symptom Guide

Allergic reactions can affect different areas of the body but are most likely to appear on the skin, in the tummy area and the respiratory tract. Please browse the symptom guide if you are looking for detailed explanations and pictures to each condition possibly caused by food allergy.

Symptom Guide » Other » Feeding difficulty/refusal

Feeding difficulty/refusal


Feeding difficulty or refusal typically expresses itself in gagging, vomiting, and slow or difficult advancement of feeding volume

Although infants seem to be interested in the nipple at first, they may stop drinking, regurgitate or become irritable after several sucks. Many possible causes exist for a decreased appetite, some of which may be harmless, while others indicate a serious clinical condition, or pose a significant risk.

See your child’s doctor if you observe feeding difficulty or refusal in your baby.


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  • Bertha 2011-11-05

    Got it! Thanks a lot again for henlpig me out!

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