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Old 12-31-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Daughter high alkaline phosphatase and underweight

I do not know where to start so it all makes sense. My daughter is 17months old her problems are underweight and (she gains weight, but slowly i think), distended abdomen, has alot of gas whether she is belching or passing gas. She is tall for her (age 32" a quarter last docs visit 2 weeks ago), but very skinny.

My daughter was born a month early at 5lbs and jaundice she needed belly light bed. She has been a difficult eater since she was 6months old with baby food and then with table food. She took to the formula fine i thought, but would spit it up and it did get better as she got older. Her new doctor put her on a no dairy products/soy milk diet. There has been no spitting up and is eating better and more to a point, but still is having a texture problem. The alkaline phosphatase in her blood came back abnormally high both times.

I hope to to get messages from parents that are having or have had same kind of problems with their children.

thanks for reading,
donna
reedsburg, wi

 
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