Hi there.Thank you for your question.I will be helping you out with your concerns today.I am sorry to hear about your problem.
This is a variation of normal behavior in your child.
It is nothing to worry about and will improve as he grows older.
It does not indicate any disease process.
If you wish you can have blood tests done just to be on the ultra-safe side but I am pretty sure that all blood tests would be normal.
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Possibilities here are many, from night terrors to restless legs syndrome.
Don't just assume it is normal but take the toddler to the doctor.
Iron deficiency is cone thing that can contribute to this.
Without a detailed history and exam, it is impossible to say this is normal. Most causes are things the child will grow out of, but you would need advice to help this along based on diagnosis.
I see no labs that are indicated except the following, based on exa:
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