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Child has shoulder pain, sensitive to touch. No redness or swelling. What could this be?

My ten year old daughter woke up with shoulder pain that is sensitive to the touch and she described it as having a sunburned or bruised feeling even though she hasn t had sun exposure and doesn t recall banging it. Please tell me what this could be? There are no visible signs of swelling , redness or injury it looks the same as her other shoulder.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Hello I have gone through your complaints. This can be mostly a muscle pain. Any abnormal sleeping posture or just thrust by her friends will lead to such type of pains. There is no need to worry about. Just you need to take paracetamol which acts as analgesic for 2 days. If the burning sensation is more then you need to give her anti histaminic.
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Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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