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Knocking sound in knee and ankle
My 5 month old son, has knocking sound in his knees and ankle often. This seems to be not painful as he plays most of the time. However this knocking sound seems concerning. Does it require medical treatment?
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The sound in the joints , is due to ligaments , It’s a normal thing , nothing to worry
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Hello. The sound which you mentioned where is it coming from that would be crucial.
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But if the child is pain free, not crying that's good to know
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I would recommend you for a consult to note the detailed history or suggest you consult a paediatrician too.
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