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What causes knee pain?

hi- my 35mth old daughter started complaining this morning about her left knee hurting. she is now limping when walking. I have not seen any swelling or redness. Her history - asthmatic, allergy to panadol. what are the possible causes for the pain in her knee? thank you.
Wed, 21 Sep 2016
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Hi...it could be a viral induced reactive arthritis or a minor injury which she might not be able to tell as she would have forgotten it. If the limping is persisting for 24 hours then I suggest you take her to the nearest emergency room or pediatrician.

Regards - Dr. Sumanth
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What causes knee pain?

Hi...it could be a viral induced reactive arthritis or a minor injury which she might not be able to tell as she would have forgotten it. If the limping is persisting for 24 hours then I suggest you take her to the nearest emergency room or pediatrician. Regards - Dr. Sumanth