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Child with fever, pain in legs. Taking cap. What more should i do?

hi my almost 3yr old daughter has had a fever since sat. other wise fine, monday morning woke up with pain on both legs and couldnt walk still with fevers and chills, i took her to the doctor that evening and they gave her tamiflu for the flue and suggested i give her motril for fever and pain. Tuesday still not walking still fevers and leg pains took her to the doctor again did x-rays and bloodwork to see if theres any infection x-rays came back normal blood came back elevated per the doctor nothing to be concerned of it might be due to the fever . Today Wed. shes walking a little her legs still hurt a little but shes not walking normal.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response

Doctors rely on parents to bring children back to clinic if not fully improved.

She should be walking normally by now.

take her back to doctor for further assessment and to repeat blood test and make sure they get back to normal or significantly improved.

Hope your child get better soon
Answered: Sun, 1 Sep 2013
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