His upper digestive system looks "perfect" as the doctor put it. No signs of any problems and he does not expect the biopsy to be abnormal either. We are dealing with a behavioral problem, not a physical problem So I guess it is good news that V is healthy. Now, how do you "fix" a problem that is all in his head? The doctor mention a medication that would increase his appetite: megace. I'm not sure wether we should do it or not... He is skinny but I don't believe he is in a dangerous zone yet (will talk with pediatrician a bout it though, just to get her opinion on top of what GI said). The key is probably not to draw too much attention to it, but it is so hard to do! It really gets my blood pressure up when I spend time cooking a meal he won't eat and once everyone is done and relaxing for the evening, I hear "I'm hungry". And V won't stop saying it until someone reacts. Inevitably, I say eat your dinner (still on the counter) and he goes on about how much he does not like it and here we go: V gets all the attention over a meal he never had any intention of eating. Sweet Pea also picks up on V's behavior and then thinks she should play instead of eating. Forcing V to sit at the dinner table with us also draws attention and his attitude once again makes me boil. Ignore the food issues, pick your battle... I've heard. How do you do that???? When all you here all day long is "I'm hungry" and then the kid refuses to eat what you offer. Anyone dealing with similar issues? He is a growing boy, it's such a shame. And in case you wonder: he is not on any medications, so medications side effects are not at play.