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When a child complains of foot pain, most parents begin to worry, but in a significant proportion of cases, they are harmless, the growth pain.Growth Pain: What Causes What Can You Do?Growth pain usually goes away on its own, but with symptoms, it is better to be aware that we can decide something or something more serious. Lymphoid fever is a symptom of lupus, leukemia, lymphoma, and pediatric idiopathic arthritis in addition to growing pain. but sometimes the arms can hurt. Growth pain It can appear from school age and usually disappears by the age of teens. The pain harmless and never a serious condition. According to research, schoolchildren spend about 30 percent experience growing pain. The name "growing pain" is not entirely fortunate because so far no research has proven that adults grow older, and children grow older - , most often at the age of 6-7 years. Researchers think that the pain can be traced back to what children do all day: jogging, exercising, jumping, or overloading their musculoskeletal system. Growth pain can be accompanied by fatigue, restless foot syndrome, vitamin D deficiency. Growth pain is characterized by
- most times in the evening
- when he gets up at night, the child wakes up in pain
- Usually two feet are touched simultaneously
- often with stomach or headache
- they go to bed in the morning and do not cause somnolence or other movement problems.
- warm bath, especially before going to bed
- careful, gentle massage
- hot compress (hot water bottle)
- application of analgesics.
- swollen, red business
- if there is any bruising
- calm, harsh behavior
- fatigue or weakness
- Why is head burned at night?
- Feet: Symptoms of growing pain