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Should I talk to a doctor about my child's rhabdomyosarcoma symptoms?

If you notice that your child has any symptoms of rhabdomyosarcoma, you should talk to your doctor. Usually, the most noticeable symptom is a growing lump anywhere on the body, especially arms, legs, face, and the abdomen area. In some cases, you might notice that your child has a headache or has bloody urine and difficulty urinating or having bowel movements. These symptoms may be caused by another condition, but if they worry you, it is important to talk to your child's doctor.

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