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Dr. Manisha "Mona" H. Dave, MD
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Dining out may seem daunting if you have a child that has a gluten sensitivity or Celiac Disease, but we have 3 easy steps to help you simplify the process of eating out; https://childrensgimd.com/how-to-dine-out-gluten-free/
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Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome, also known as CVS, is a disorder of severe recurrent episodes of vomiting. CVS has three essential characteristics. Learn what these characteristics are now; https://childrensgimd.com/child-cyclic-vomiting-syndrome/
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Having acid reflux is no fun. Luckily, if your child has it, there's something you can do about it! Read our post to learn what it is and what you can do; https://childrensgimd.com/acid-reflux-children/
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Is your child old enough to know better than to soil their underwear, but still having pooping accidents? Your child most likely has encopresis; https://childrensgimd.com/pooping-accidents/
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Doctors use the term “Failure to Thrive” when a child is not meeting their growth expectations, which can lead to detrimental effects on the child’s physical and mental development; https://childrensgimd.com/failure-to-thrive/
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The treatment for celiac disease is a diet free of gluten for life. Fortunately, eating gluten-free is becoming easier. Learn about your options! https://childrensgimd.com/gluten-free-options-close-home/
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If your healthy child is frequently complaining about stomachaches, there is a high possibility that they have functional abdominal pain; https://childrensgimd.com/my-belly-hurts/
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Children swallowing magnets can be life-threatening. Often times an incident like this can require invasive procedures such as an upper GI endoscopy or surgery to remove the objects; https://childrensgimd.com/swallowing-magnets-can-be-life-threatening/
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If your child has been diagnosed with Celiac disease they must avoid eating gluten, a key protein in wheat, barley, and rye. Celiac disease is a disease of the digestive system. Learn more about gluten and Celiac disease; https://childrensgimd.com/gluten-and-celiac-disease/
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A young man sat in my office complaining that he felt that his “food is stuck.” Usually after “gulping” down plenty of water, the feeling would pass; however, this time was different. Learn more about what might be the cause of this; https://childrensgimd.com/my-food-was-stuck-eosinophilic-esophagitis/
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