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    An_252505 posted:
    I am raising my three and a half year old grandson and he has been complaining about his legs hurting. Its not often , maybe once in a month. Should I be concerned. Tynol always helps.
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    mrswhitecastle responded:
    My daughter has growing pains in her legs, usually her knees. Tylenol always helps her. It would probably be best take your grandson to the doctor, though, to get it checked out.
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    miob replied to mrswhitecastle's response:
    I immediately thought growing pains as well - had them myself as a kid. But a trip to the pedi is probably a good idea. Better safe than sorry.


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