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My child is in pain
How do I know my child is in pain?
Is your child's behaviour different from usual?
Your child might be quieter, clingier, grumpier or needing more cuddles
Your child might not want to be touched too much
Your child might try to hide their pain if they do not like taking medicines
Introduction by Professor Alice Roberts
Is your child saying they are sore or hurt or are in pain?
Does your child seem to be distressed?
Is your child’s behaviour different from usual?
Where do they seem to be uncomfortable?
Do they look like they are in pain?