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Small child, bluish tinge on bottom lip, headache, stomach pain. Cause of worry?

my daughter who is 6 has blueish tinge to her bottom lip, tonight after her gymnastics class, i have been watching her but it seems to come and go, she did have a headache and stomach ache today. She seems fine now and does seem to press her lips together often in concentration. Should i worry ?her nailbeds and inside her mouth are pink.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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thanku for your query,
well it seems that bluish tinge to the bottom of lip is due to pressing of her lips , which decreases the blood supply causing bruising of lips, nothing to worry about advice her to avoid doing that. headache and stomachache are nonspecific symptoms , can be because of diet irregularity and overexertion in gym classes.
Give her healthy diet at regular intervals, plenty of fluids , and fresh fruits. Ask her to avoid pressing of lips
I hope i have answered your query
god bless
Dr Aarti
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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