Last night my son started complaining of calf pain. So much so that it hurt to walk. I took him to the pediatrician today. He thought maybe it was a virus so they tested his urine. It tested positive for blood. He wrapped his legs and it seemed to help a little. The pain is worse when he tries to stand or walk.
Though we live in a wooded area he hasn't had any tick bites. His two sisters both had severe mono a few years ago. My son had asthma when he was younger-he's 11 now. He also has atopic dermatitis, especially on his legs. The heat in the house seems to aggravate it. He uses Eucerin and other aloe creams on his legs. I don't know if I should be worried.
So my question to anyone is : Have you ever heard of the symptoms, severe calf pain,blood in the urine, and possibly tiredness together. And if so, what should I do?
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