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toxic synovitis

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  • 2babygirls 2babygirls's Avatar 05-01-09 | 07:25 PM
  • Quote de beth1082
    We thought back and I had noted that she was pronating her right foot as early as Saturday. I am going in next week for her 18 mo visit so I was just going to mention it then. We also realized that she had been extra klutzy since the weekend too. The falling down/not being able to walk was probably at the tail end of it all. Toxic synovitis usually only last a few days to a week or so, so it is within range.
    Good to know!
    It seemed to go on forever when Rachel had it, but she was 6 yrs old & wanted to be babied so I think she milked it a bit!
Thank you 2babygirls!
teddybear1082 (05-02-09)
  • alb526 alb526's Avatar 05-01-09 | 08:21 PM
  • With our boys in hindsight we could see that they'd been a little clutzy or been having issues in but it was that dramatic painful moment that they jumped up from naps and screamed in pain that was always so scary. They had such a high pain threshold when it came to other stuff it always freaked me out to see them hurting but they bounced back quickly and would be playing a day or two later like nothing ever happened. I'm glad she's feeling better. Did you identify a trigger, DS#1 seemed like it would always come on after a case of strep.
Thank you alb526!
teddybear1082 (05-02-09)
  • teddybear1082 teddybear1082's Avatar 05-02-09 | 08:26 PM
  • I guess we are not out of the woods yet. She was falling down a lot today and walking with a limp/pronated right foot again. I am going to call the doc on Monday and see when I can bring her in. She has her 18 month visit next week anyway, so I am going to combine the two into 1 visit.
    Wish us luck!

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