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Child has leg pain, limping, x-ray normal. What is it?

My 3 year old son has been. Omplaining that his legs hurt a week ago it got so bad he limped for a few days it got so bad he said the bottoms of his feet hurt too lately in addition he mentions his head hurts like A headache . I took him to the doc they ran X-rays and blood work. X-rays came back ok but there s question on his blood work. Do you have any ideas what they are looking at? Any ideas or suggestions? Thank you concerned mom
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Hello there,

If your child has been limping and is in severe pain, it can further aggravate his problem if he continues his activities. So until a diagnosis is made, we would advice bed rest for your child. Ask him specifically where it hurts. A 3 year old is susceptible to external injuries and it is likely he could have met with a trauma. Carefully examine the soles of his feet for any external injury. You have mentioned an abnormal blood report. Can you be more specific about the findings. So kindly revert back with the blood report.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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