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Child with frequent headache and legs and arm feeling shaky. CAT scan and blood test normal. Cause for these symptoms?

My six year old daughter has been complaing of her leg and arms feeling shaky on the inside, she gets headaches on a regular basis and upset stomach with it, what could this be? I have had blood work on her, came back normal. She has also had catscan for her frequent headaches. The pediatrician wasnt sure. Other than that shes healthy and active, but it does seem to really bother her. thanks
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Dear user ,
If all the blood tests and scan reports are normal,
# 1) Pl. check her eyes for refractive error.
# 2) Talk with her class teacher about her studies ; because these may be due to schoolphobia induced psychosomatic disorder.
#3) Spend time with child and help her to complete day-to-day home works so as to reduce tension.
#4) If all these things fail ,pl.consult a paediatric psychoneurologist.
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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