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Head Trauma

Head Trauma

Pain can be an unpleasant feeling that happens in any part of the body. It is most often a warning that something is wrong inside your child's body. Pain can be mild or very bad. Your child may feel pain always or it may just come and go. It may be dull, sharp, or throbbing. Pain can last for a long time or a short time. It can cause upset stomach and throwing up. Your child may not feel hungry or thirsty. Your child may feel anxious and upset. Pain can be acute or chronic. Acute pain tells you there may be an injury or illness and you need to take care of your child right away. Chronic pain tells you there is a serious illness or chronic condition and can last for a long period of time. Treatment for pain will depend on the type of pain. The face scale below is used to help your child show the doctor the amount of pain your child is feeling.

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