Children Always Cry Because Of Bone Growth?
Good night, I have a niece who always cries in pain, and her body is always cold. When the disease recurs, he must have cried and stomped his feet as if his feet were amused. He had already been examined by a pediatrician. It turns out that the problem is the growth of the bones. Said the doctor who examined it only happened to 1 in 1000 children in the world. Actually what the disease is, and how to overcome it
Hello, thanks for the question.
Bone growth in children is an important condition and affects the child's physical growth in the future. Bones in children experience very progressive growth so that if there is a disruption in growth can cause serious problems. Genetic factors and lack of nutrition of the mother during pregnancy can increase the risk of bone growth disorders. Some diseases that can cause bone disorders include:
Rickets / rickets, which is a disease caused by lack of vitamin D, calcium, or phosphate
Fractures or broken bones
To enforce a disease and its handling, you should consult a doctor, the doctor will conduct question and answer, physical examination, and supporting examinations if needed, such as blood tests, X-ray examination, CT scan, MRI, and others. Handling will also be adjusted to the age and condition experienced by children. It is better to routinely do a doctor's check-up and consume drugs given by the doctor regularly, eat healthy and nutritious foods, especially those that contain lots of vitamin D, calcium, and phosphate, as well as sufficient fluid needs.
Thus, hopefully it helps.