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Headaches, neck pain, leg pain and stomach pain. What do these symptoms suggest?

My two daughters, age 8 & 4, both are complaining of headaches . My 8 yr old saying her brain is jiggling when she moves. The also have neck and leg pain and stomach aches when trying to eat. I just took my 8 yr olds temp because she said she feels hot on the inside and really cold on the outside, it was 96.8. This has been ongoing for a few weeks now. I have been writing it off as ways to get out of things they don t want to do but when my 4 yr old started crying of her neck hurting while playing soccer, that she loves, I m getting spittle concerned now.
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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Your 8yrs daughter complain is unrelated and more or less psychological if investigations are normal.
she needs proper evaluation and psychotherapy for Adjustment disorder as she has. 4 yrs daughter should be investigated for neck pain.
Answered: Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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