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Feeding and Swallowing Disorders (FSD) in infants and children may present with a range of signs and symptoms, including:

  • Difficulty latching or sucking during breastfeeding or bottle-feeding

  • Refusal to eat or drink

  • Prolonged feeding times

  • Coughing, choking, or gagging during feeding

  • Excessive drooling or food spillage from the mouth

  • Recurrent respiratory infections or pneumonia due to aspiration

  • Poor weight gain or failure to thrive

  • Behavioral issues during mealtime, such as tantrums or anxiety

It is important to note that not all children with FSD may exhibit all of these signs and symptoms.

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