My daughter has pains in the legs - actually it feels more like in the bones of her leg and feels ´deep´ inside. It sometimes throbs and the location of most intesity can seems to move from place to place.
The pain can go on for hours and then eventually fades away. It can return at odd times and is quite erratic as to when it comes and goes. It does not seem to be something she eatsor drinks, or the weather or.... we are at a loss as to why this occurs. She can be having a period, before, in-between etc. We cannot determine any pattern. She gets them when she excercises (she is a teenager) and also when she does not.
She is very pain tolerant and if she starts to cry then we know it is severe,
Also, sometime she can get it in her legs and then later (together) in her arm/s or back.
We have no explanation and does drive us crazy.
A point to note is that when I (her father) was young I had exactly the same thing and we never found out what caused this.
This is NOT so-called ´growing pains´
Any ideas? Anyone?
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