Connecting Parents of Children with Tube Feeding Issues
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This forum is a way to share experiences about Tube Dependency, Tube Feeding and Tube Weaning. Members of TFK are mainly parents who have been through the Graz method or who have used the principles of child-led, caloric-reduction style of tube weaning. Or they are TFK members who are Health Professionals interested in learning more from families and their experiences.
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The membership of Tube Fed Kids is primarily parents of past and present tube fed children. The forum is solely for the purpose of sharing experiences and supporting other parents during their own tube feeding/weaning journey.
This site is run by parents for parents. Tube Fed Kids is a totally independent parent social networking…Continue
I would like to share our story and hear any similar situations/ experiences. We are very keen to do an intensive wean program in Adelaide, Australia as soon as possible for our daughter. Elka was born at 25+6 weeks at 486g with Severe IUGR (I had pre-eclampsia). She is now almost 7 months corrected. Her weight is under the 3rd percentile but she is tracking along her own growth curve. Currently weighs only 5.38kg. She was discharged from hospital on…Continue
I wanted to come back and post about my son's journey to give hope to those in this forum. I am so thankful to have found this forum when I did and am grateful for all the people who gave us advice/input. Thanks also to Markus for the Skype session that we had back then, which helped us in our time of…Continue
as my subject says I "owe" this forum my story. Especially to Olga that was a huge encouragement and source of amazing info. She probably does not even remember me, it was in 2013. Hi, Olga!!!!
My kid was full term, born with low sugar. We ended up in NICU, her sugar got normal with usual treatment, they treated jaundice too. Once that was out of the way and she recovered she would not eat. She would eat 10-15 ml, sometimes full feed orally (mostly…Continue
I wanted to post since I can see that there aren't a lot of people on here recently. Just in case someone else cruises this and is going through similar challenges right now as well.
My daughter Roxie was born at 29 weeks. She's 10 months old, 7 months adjusted at this point. She has been on an NG tube since birth. At 3 months of age she had open heart surgery and came home for the first time when she was 4 months old. She came home with oxygen tanks which, thankfully, we…Continue