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    low back pain and leg crams
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    An_249288 posted:
    my 6 years old daughter woke up complaining about blow back pain and with high fiver also in connection with leg crams
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    davedsel57 responded:
    Hello.


    Sorry, but it is both impossible and against the rules for any of us to diagnose or give medical advice in any WebMD community.

    You need to get your daughter to a doctor for evaluation and treatment asap. If cost is a factor, look for low or no-cost clinics. If it seems like an emergency, then take your daughter to a local hospital emergency room. They can not deny treatment because of inability to pay. If cost is not a factor, then your options are your family doctor or an urgent care clinic.

    I hope you can get this resolved soon.
    Click on my user name or avatar picture to read my story.

    Blessings,

    Dave


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