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Leg pain with standing
This is about my 12 year old son who has severe aching and tingling in his legs if he stands in one place of even a short time. He has extremely flat feet, can this be the cause of the pain in his legs?
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Flat feet alone may not explain the problem. There are a variety of causes for aching and tingling in the legs when standing, though most are not often seen in preteens. Does he have other medical problems, from difficulty breathing or exercise intolerance to dizziness, vertigo, or related balance problems? You'll have to have him seen by his doctor, and perhaps a specialist or two in order to sort it all out.
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