Pain In All Joints In Children.?
Hello … My son is 7 years old … a week ago his leg joints felt achy … then a fever and a red rash appeared only on his legs … he always vomited … Two days later the pain got worse so he couldn’t even walk. .and very painful pain in the stomach … I brought it to the health center in the lab … blood was taken, it was said to be normal … only excessive white blood cells … given pain and fever reliever. Three days the pain spread even to the waist and joints of the hands … even just a little touch of the child screaming in pain … what tiger had to be held while holding pain … I brought to the hospital blood-checked again … said the doctor was also normal … told to go home or not in hospitalization … until now my child feels pain in all joints. and mouth sores on the lips..sprt paralyzed children … actually what are the symptoms of pain? thank you
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Pain and rheumatic pain in the joints, stomach, and almost the entire body, accompanied by fever, redness, vomiting, and thrush in children often occur due to infection. This can be confirmed also from the results of your child's laboratory tests that show rising levels of leukocytes in his blood. There are many types of infections that can trigger complaints like this, including dengue fever, scarlatina fever, malaria, hand foot and mouth disease, measles, rickets, leptospirosis, typhoid fever, and so on. This infection can cause body aches as you experience it mainly because it triggers the production of various chemical mediators by the body.
Besides infection, your child's condition can also be aggravated by other medical disorders, such as dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), autoimmune disorders, allergies, food poisoning, fatigue, and many other possibilities.
If you have ever seen your child by a doctor, given treatment, but still has not shown significant improvement, we suggest, check your child again to the doctor or pediatrician. Not only repeat laboratory tests, a variety of other supporting tests, including for example ultrasound, x-rays, etc. may also be a doctor's recommendation to your child.
In order to improve complaints, in addition to undergoing treatment according to doctor's advice, we recommend that you do the following trick:
Give children paracetamol drugs such as doctor's recommended dosage so that pain, rheumatic pain, and fever subsides he eats little but often If the vomiting is still frequent, do not yet give the child a coconut milk, oily food, especially one that contains a lot of gas. Do not carelessly give other children medicine without consulting first to the doctor.