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Small child, weakness in left leg, unable to put weight on leg. Cure for weakness?

My 2.3yr old son has today started some weakness in his left leg.. It is buckling under him when he tries to step up a small step on it. I don t think it s causing any pain though.. But just started this morning when I noticed he was looking a little clumsy. Like the leg just gives way a little every now and then, but he was laughing at it. He Hasn t wanted to run around this morning which is not like him
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
Sudden onset weakness of left le without any pain or painful swelling of joints is due to neurological problem., What is the child status for Polio immunization? Is he recieved full vaccination schedule for Polio?
Some times scurvy, septic arthritis will present as pseudo paralysis.Is there any weakness of left upper limb? So consult your Pediatrician for the examination of your child and the assessment of weakness and neccessary investigations.
Answered: Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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