Having a newborn baby comes with a whole host of new responsibilities. One being that you feed your infant with a variety of caloric and nutritional foods to help them grow and nourish. For some parents, this basic feat may prove difficult than others. For some parents, feeding can become a stressful time. If you feel that your infant or child is not eating, or having trouble eating, it's best to see a Speech Language Pathologist who is a Feeding Specialist for an Evaluation immediately and DO NOT take the wait and see approach.
There are many different reasons that can cause a feeding difficulty or disorder. Therapists must pinpoint the cause or etiology in order to determine the treatment plan. The goal of feeding therapy should always be to get your child eating and nourished! You as the parent should be involved in every process.