Limping in children
Ifyour child is limping,it's usually the sign of a minor injury such as a sprain or splinter. However, if there's no obvious cause, see your GP as there may be a serious underlying medical condition.
If a child is limping, the limp is usually due to a minor injury such as a sprain or splinter. But if there's no obvious cause, see your GP.
If your child has started limping, find out if they've injured their leg or foot orstood on something sharp. Inspect the soles of their feet and in between their toes for a wound or Blisters . You ma
Some of the possible causes of your child's limp are described below. However, it's important not to diagnose the cause yourself always leave that to a doctor. Irritable hip Irritable hip (also know