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comment When should you worry about a toddler's loss of appetite and weight?
+1 for taking into accounts natural peaks (and lows) in children's growth and behaviours and looking out for overall growth (heigth and not just weight). The timeframe (2-3 weeks) you mention is I think the one that is comfortable for me. Incidently her appetite has picked up again and she's put the weight back on, and overall her loss of appetite lasted I'd say 3 weeks.
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comment When should you worry about a toddler's loss of appetite and weight?
Yes, i was worried, but not after 2 days; i guess i was trying to say in my comment on your answer is that it shows that parents may respond differently to this situation depending on their own circumstances, their child and their way on handling things. So you worry after 2 days, when I wouln't :)