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child complaining about pain

my daughter has been complaining about pain in her stomach and then says her hart hurts and explains that it moves to her hands and then legs
Asked On : Sun, 19 Sep 2010
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Your daughter's symptoms look more a functional problem rather than an organic cause. However it is difficult to comment upon on basis of history you have submitted. Please furnish more details including her age, duration of pain, severity of pain, any loss of weight, appetite, urinary or stools related problems. If child is otherwise active in play etc and not losing weight it may be no disease as the symptoms are not fitting in a particular etiology. This is a common problem which aggravates further with parents anxiety as kids are too smart to be believed. Relax, do not show her anxiety and if any of the above mentioed "red flag signs" see a pediatrician.
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Answered: Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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