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Weight gain

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Signs and Symptoms of Weight gain

All Signs & Symptoms of Weight gain

Here are the top symptoms or behaviors listed by parents of kids diagnosed with Weight gain:

SymptomFrequencyNumber of mentions
Not gaining weightOften5 mentions
OvereatingOften5 mentions
Picky eating or aversion to foods / food sensationsOften3 mentions
Not eating (during meals)Often2 mentions
Refusing to eatOften2 mentions
Binge eatingSometimes1 mention
Easily out of breathSometimes1 mention
Fatigue, tiredness, or lethargySometimes1 mention
FeverSometimes1 mention
Frequent cryingSometimes1 mention

When do symptoms start?

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Change in symptoms of Weight gain*

What happens to common Weight gain symptoms over time?

SymptomWorseA Little WorseStayed About the SameA Little BetterBetterCompletely Resolved
Not gaining weight0%0%20%0%20%60%
Picky eating or aversion to foods / food sensations0%0%0%66.7%33.3%0%
Not eating (during meals)0%0%0%50%0%50%
Refusing to eat0%0%0%100%0%0%
Binge eating0%100%0%0%0%0%
Easily out of breath0%0%0%0%100%0%
Fatigue, tiredness, or lethargy0%100%0%0%0%0%
Frequent crying0%0%0%0%0%100%

Conditions with similar symptoms to Weight gain

Parents also mention the behaviors, signs, and symptoms associated with Weight gain when they describe these conditions:

Discussion of Weight gain

What was your approach to Weight gain? What were the results?