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Problems about dismobility in a child - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Growth and Development in Children
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   I have a 14 month old daughter who has been walking for a month or so...she's picking it up real fast. Last night after a bath she had trouble walking...kept stumbling...everything else with her seems to be fine other than her left leg...any idea?
Doctor :   ok, does she cry much when she stands ?
Doctor :   or has she been less playfull ?
User :   no crying...when I touched the leg she showed no pain...just could walk...was limping, stumbling..etc
User :   she's still playful-crawls instead of getting frustrated
Doctor :   i would advice that get her examined by a doctor
User :   is it life threatening?
Doctor :   NO
User :   could it be permanently dismobilizing?
Doctor :   she may need to rule out any injury while playing
Doctor :   no
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