Im new here and I have a 20 month old daughter who was born with some challenges in life. She had surgery at 8 weeks old because of aspiration. She is failure to thrive and has a feeding tube (gtube) She was born with some physical defects as well. Were waiting to get genetic testing as soon as the insurance says its ok to run the test. Shes failure to thrive and is a crappy oral eater and drinker even though aspiration is no longer a risk. She weights only 18lbs at 20 months. She has a slight speech delay and what we believe is sensory processing disorder. She is a sensory seeker and is constantly licking things and eating/putting things in her mouth that are not food. She is light sensitive and very wind sensitive as well. She cannot ride in the car with the windows down. She puts her hands over her ears and face any time the wind is too much. What has me more concerned is her lack of impulse control. She has "no fear" as my family says. She will climb anything she can possibly get on, tables, bookshelves, chairs, you name it she can climb it. Shes now started to jump after she climbs and that scares me so much. She has started biting people (just me actually so far but I don't doubt she would bite someone else) she used to just put blankets in her mouth and pull with her teeth but now its progressed. She hits her head on the floor multiple times, mostly when not able to communicate or when tired or frustrated but still enough that it scares me. I feel like Im not able to control her. She is so young and Im not even sure if they can diagnose something but her actions are very "off" from what I know is "normal". I have a pretty hyperactive 4 year old but she always knew that she could hurt herself doing some of the things her sister does and she despite her activeness does have the ability to sit and watch a cartoon or something of the sort. My 20 month old is very different from her and I know that's a good thing but Im very scared shes going to get seriously hurt but Im also pretty sure her pediatrician will shove this under the rug like she has for a lot of my daughters other issues. What can I do to help my baby?