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Baby daughter able to drink milk again
When our daughter was a baby, my husband and I were told by doctors on one of our required visits that our daughter, Alice, had developed a fear of anything being near her mouth. They explained that this was the reason she wasn’t drinking her milk and was getting upset when we tried to give her a bottle. They also predicted that it would take a long time to wean her on to food and that, potentially, she might never be able to eat solid food.
As Alice wasn’t accepting any nutrition, the doctors inserted a feeding tube so we could feed her high-calorie milk on a set schedule.
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