my 5 year old will not hardly eat or pee and says his right side hurts?
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Family Medicine 48 years experience
Many questions: The trouble with treating children is that they can't always communicate with us what's wrong! i would want to know: is this a new change for your child? Is he growing and gaining normally, and is he as active as he normally is? Sometimes children vary a lot in what they eat from day to day. I do think he needs to be seen by his doctor to evaluate the right side pain. Good luck. Lgromkomd.
Last updated Jan 3, 2013
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