I have a son that limps when he walks. (For the past 3 years) When you ask him if he hurts anywhere he says that he doesn't, but I don't think he knows the difference. I think that because he has limped ever since he could walk. Atleast 6 different doctors have seen him, they have all done x-rays from his hips down. We have had bloodwork done atleast 4 times to check for inflamation(arthritis) and cancer. His primary care doctor wants to continue to do bloodwork twice a year to see if there are any changes. We have also been told that it is just growing pains, but he has no pain. It is not just limping but he can't keep up with children his age and he sure can't go as long as them. If anyone has any information please help us. It is very hard as a parent seeing your son walk into school everyday limping, and not being able to fix it.
Two concerned parents:(
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