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Doctor House. A few months Camilla rejects the food, what will?
A little bit of time Camilla is strange, the more nervous and irritable than usual. Initially the mother had thought about the teeth, although it is still small. Of the rest, the elder brother had started to complain about it months before and, just like Camilla, she woke several times in the night. But unlike the little brother, the girl often refused to eat or didn't end the meal, almost as if she had a "repulsion for the food". "You have to get used to the jelly, the new? We have introduced from 15 days, to the completion of his fourth month," he said aloud to the pediatrician.
Camilla, however, was now over a month nervous before the start of the meal. And his crying was more that of gas colic which he suffered in the first two months of life.
Apparently the little girl was in good general condition, the skin was rosy and mucous membranes well-hydrated.
Better to check the weight and height. At last check, the weight of the child was stationary. The scale tipped at 30 grams less than 15 days ago Camilla was not only gained weight, but was losing. "Why?", churches the mother. A urinary tract infection could be the explanation.
Better to deepen with the urinalysis and the urine culture. After a couple of days, the mother returns in the study with the results of the examinations. While it is to show, Camilla vomits on the desk of the doctor. The mother apologizes and, in the extract readily from the bag a little, clean, adds: "Between vomiting and regurgitation, round, with half a closet." The examinations are negative. Now the pediatrician has figured out what the problem is. What will be Camilla?
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