Growing Pains

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  1. Sep 24,  · Created by Neal Marlens. With Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns, Kirk Cameron, Jeremy Miller. The misadventures of a family with a home business father and a journalist mother/10(K).
  2. Apr 05,  · Growing pains are an aching, throbbing pain, usually on both sides of the body, mainly in the legs. The pain comes and goes, usually starting in the Author: Erica Hersh.
  3. Growing pains are what doctors call a diagnosis of exclusion. This means that other conditions will be ruled out before a diagnosis of growing pains is made. This usually is done by taking a medical history and doing a physical exam. In rare cases, blood tests and X-rays might be done before a doctor diagnoses growing pains.
  4. Mar 27,  · Growing pains vary from child to child. Sometimes growing pains last just a few minutes; other times they last a few hours. The pain may be mild or it may be severe. Not all children have growing pains. However, if your child does have them, the pain may come and go with many days in between without pain.
  5. Growing Pains (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more.
  6. Growing pains are a type of musculoskeletal pain that is relatively common among children. Scientists have not yet identified the definitive cause of growing pains. However, certain factors may Author: Danielle Dresden.
  7. Growing pains can come and go over months, even years. The pain is usually: an aching or throbbing in both legs; in the muscles, not the joints; in the evening or night-time (and goes away by morning) Growing pains are more common in active children and can come on after playing a lot of sports.
  8. Growing pains occur mostly in the legs (shins, calves, behind the knees or thighs), and affect both sides of the body. The pain appears late in the day or at night, often awakening the child. By morning the child is well, with no pain or stiffness. Parents often report that they can predict when the pain will occur, often on days of increased.

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