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Signs Of Leigh's Disease

Loss Of Appetite

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Another early symptom of Leigh's disease is a loss of appetite. An infant with the condition may show little interest in food. Alternatively, they may have difficulty eating due to a loss of motor skills. The infant may lack the ability to suck, for example. Nausea and vomiting are common at this stage of the disease as well, and this can contribute to the infant's lack of desire to eat. The term 'failure to thrive' may be used to describe an ongoing lack of appetite in an infant. This usually leads to weight loss or failure to gain a normal amount of weight.

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