My 4 year old nephew was not able to walk for a 2-hour period. He gradually regained the ability to walk. During the ordeal he was not complaining of any pain, and there was no injury involved. The Dr. said that it was probably a cramp. But, I have never heard of 2-hour cramps that are not painful or at least uncomfortable. The Dr. did not run any test and simply said to bring him back if it happens again. I am just wondering if this could really have been the result of cramping and what other conditions or diseases can cause this. Thank you in advance for your replies.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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