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Pain in legs and hands
My 2 year 11 month old son started complaining leg pain and a bit of hand pain for last 3 days primarily at night. First night he could not walk properly. Now he can walk but cries at night for last two days with leg pain and bit of pain in hands. He is just recovering from cold and cough (no fever) His height is 98 cm and weight is 14kg. Is it growth spurt/growing pain  or anything related to cold &cough he had ? If it is growing pain, does it go away on its own ?
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Mostly it is postviral myalgia
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It's probably a postviral myalgia Mostly ibugesic should help You need to consult pediatrician
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Hello, It's not possible by message, please consultation required for details, visit your doctor. Thanks take care
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As he had cough and cold, he might be having viral infection which can cause bodyache. See that he has plenty of water. Give syp. Crocin at night for 2 days Review after 3 days, if the pain does not go please consult
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This is post viral myosotis. Ask him to rest in bed for 5days. Hot and moist fomenting of affected areas. If pain is severe then Syp - Ibugesic plus 5. Ml two times a day.
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