No sign, no reason, self-reported thigh bone pain, no other symptoms, what is the reason?
The thigh pain of a 5-and-a-half-year-old boy is mainly due to the growth pain caused by rapid growth, but it also needs to clarify and rule out whether there is trauma. It is suggested that you can go to the local hospital for color Doppler ultrasound of joints or X-ray of bones to help make a clear diagnosis.
The child's left thigh pain may also be the phenomenon of hidden pain in the inner side of the hip. If it is convenient to travel, it is recommended to improve the MRI to check whether there is ischemic necrosis and other conditions, and whether there is a problem of blood supply to the femoral head.
If a five-and-a-half-year-old baby has pain in his left thigh, it may be caused by previous hyperactivity, growth pain or calcium deficiency. You can help improve symptoms by hot compress and massage first. It's best to go to the hospital for detailed examination. If there is calcium deficiency, you can supplement calcium in time.