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Your doctor may perform a physical examination and ask you about your child's symptoms.
Your doctor may recommend imaging tests or laboratory tests to rule out other potential causes of the pain if your child's pain is:
Speak to our doctors to address any concerns regarding your child's pain.
There is no specific treatment for growing pains. Growing pains do not cause other problems for your child and they do not affect your child's growth. Growing pains usually ease on their own within 1 – 2 years, or at worst, once growth stops.
To help your child manage the pain, try:
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