A mother had a horrifying experience because of an allergic reaction to ibuprofen in babies when her 11-month old son was sent to the emergency room. Exactly what happened?
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Oakley Debbs was just like any other 11-year-old boy. However, his life was tragically cut short due to complications from a nut allergy.
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Shortly after leaving, however, her scalp began to burn. Her face swelled to the point that she could no longer open her eyes.
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“We never even thought what was going on with him could have been an allergic reaction because he had been on it for 12 days. I was giving him the very thing that was killing him and had no idea.”
The allergic reaction was so bad that it burned his skin inside out and caused multiple organ failure
Fiona Kerrigan from Portland got allergic to her own pregnancy and had a tough time dealing with it!
My child had a severe allergic reaction. I realized after that it is a dangerous condition, especially for young babies.
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It’s every parent’s worse fear to have a child with even a slight allergic reaction to anything. If so, then having an infant develop a milk allergy must be an absolute nightmare!