Growing Pains

Growing Pains
Growing Pains

Growing pains are pains that can occur in children under the ages of 3-5 and 8-12. they often manifest as pain in the legs, or painful cramps in the muscles around the thighs, calves or shins. In fact, most doctors do not believe that the growing pains associated with growing. Instead they suggest that growing pains are muscle fatigue from playing hard during the day.

a child can also use a heating pad, but this is generally recommended for older children only under supervision. especially in the middle of the night, if a parent or child forgets to turn off a heating pad, the child can suffer accidental burning of the child’s sensitive skin.
give ibuprofen at night can avert growing pains, according to some doctors. this advice should be taken only under a doctor’s care because there are some risks associated with consistent use of pain medications.

but if a child is occasionally prone to growing pains and have played very hard during the day, the occasional use of ibuprofen or acetaminophen at bedtime help eliminate cramps at night. this use should only be sporadic and should not exceed more than a few days in a row, unless you are otherwise directed by a physician.

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