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Infant very pale, complaining of sore back, joints, spots on face, loss of appetite. What could be it?

I have. 2 year old nearly 3 who has lately been very pale, complaining of sore back and joints, doesn t like walking anywhere she complains she is sore, she s has rings around her eyes, keeps getting spots on face like teenage spots loss of appetite , the doctors says she s ok but I know she s not, she s been catching a lot of infections lately also colds and generally unwell
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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The given symptoms are paleness , back pain & loss of appetite ..
As he is 3 years old :

Kindly check : Blood test recommended

Kindly start with daily intake of milk 100 ml (unskimmed) twice a day + min 3
main course meals daily

If there is no infection he will be active in no time & also check where he sleeps it should be flat surface not the uneven surface ..

Will require time to get the results min 15 days

Revert back the response will be appreciated


Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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