ABNORMAL X Ray on a 3 yearold?
It's impossible to say exactly what could be the cause of the pains, and although I can make a listing of possibities, I think it would frighten you more than reassure you. The one thing I can tell you is that most of the problems with bones of little one's are fairly easily dealt with- one of the good things about pediatric patients is that they are doing a lot of growing and things can be corrected a lot easier than in us older folks. There isn't anything one can say to a parent in your situation that is going to make you feel easier, I know- I have six of my own. The best person to reassure you is the child's doctor, and at this point, a pediatric orthopedist. Once they have the tests, they will be able to tell you a lot more about what is causing the problem exactly and what can be done to correct it. Until then, I recommend you try to stay as calm as you can (easier typed than done, I know) and don't go searching out all the possible explainations as you will only frighten yourself more. Try to assure yourself that his age is actually a good factor, and the sooner the right explaination is found, the sooner things can be fixed.
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