2. Frequently stumbling or tripping

Symptoms of intoeing become more obvious when the child starts to walk. Parents will notice their child's first steps where one or both feet turn inward. Often while they walk, this may lead to tripping or stumbling.

Parents should bear in mind that intoeing doesn't cause pain. Although these are symptoms, they should be no cause for alarm.



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