i have a 10year old daughter who for the past 2-3 years has been getting alot of pain in her feet, ankles, knees, wrist, hips.. most of this pains stop her walking far, running getting up of the floor,she is stiff in the mornings,recently she says that she's gettin pins and needles in her knees and then numbness, we have seen a number of doctors had mri scan (on her feet) only, blood test which showed low iron and vitamin d deficenty, but now we hit a brick wall all the doctors keep saying is WE NO NOW ITS NOT ARTHERITIS which yes this is good, but does not help my daughter who is in pain most days which seems to get worse,,theres got to be some explanation for the painReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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