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#1 of 4 Old 01-10-2013, 02:34 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi....

I am suzan and I have a son with 7 years old. From last 1months he has been suffering with knee joint pain. I don't want to take him to a rheumatologist. I think it is better to use natural remedies regarding to this joint pain.

What would you say, anyone have any ideas let me know please.....

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Hi Suzan!  Welcome to MDC!  I'd suggest askiing your question in the Health and Healing forum to get some more views.  Can I ask if there is any possibility he's been bitten by a tick?  If not, you could try some arnica cream on his knees and see how it goes.  My kids tend to get joint pains when they're growing.


 
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Hi.....

Thank You so much.

I'll use that.... :)

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I know my little brother (now 6'1") had terrible pain as a kid 7-10 with his legs & knees. He would wake up at night screaming. It was growing pain. Too much too fast. He was given Tylenol for it at the time. This was years ago (like 30) but at the time we took him to several doctors and got pretty much the same answers.  He is fine now, except he's still my brother!

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