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Mom brought her daughter crying doctor looks under her hair & got shocked

Mom brought her daughter, crying doctor looks under her hair and got shocked. Most parents don’t need a study to tell them that they lose sleep worrying about their kids when they’re young, but new research shows many older adults with grown. Children still feel the stress as well.

Parents spend an incredible 37 hours a week worrying about their children. According to new research, a study examining the extent to which parents worry about their children and the specific things driving concern found.

The average parent spends 5 hours and 18 minutes a day worrying about their kids. Parenthood is terrifying. The thought that anything could go wrong and that the children we love more than life itself could get hurt or, worse is something that plagues us. From the moment we become parents, we know we can’t protect them from everything, but we have to try simply put. We worry because we love mom, warns parent to be aware of symptoms, of tick paralysis.

The warm weather is arriving, and so is the time of year. Parents begin to worry about ticks again. If you live near a woody area, chances are. You are on high alert during the warmer months. Deer ticks can be infected with the bacteria that causes Lyme disease, which is usually what parents are most afraid of, but it turns out.

There is another very scary condition that can be brought on by ticks: tick, paralysis. When Amanda lewis’s, daughter, evelyn started acting weird around bedtime. She knew something was a little off. She didn’t want to stand up after her bath to get into her pajamas. I helped her and got her in bed.

Lewis writes on a now-viral Facebook post. She was a little fussy that night and i ended up sleeping in bed with her all night by morning. Evelyn could barely walk. They took this video to send to friends and family to see if anyone could offer some insight into what was going on, then they headed to the er. They were quickly seen.

The er doctor told her that, over the last 15 years, he’s seen maybe seven or eight children who exhibited the symptoms, evelyn was presenting and more than likely, she had a tick. They combed carefully through her hair and found one. This condition is called tick paralysis. It can affect dogs also and can be fatal. Lewis writes i’m glad we took her in when we did and that it wasn’t something worse and that we found it before it got worse.

Unlike in cases of lyme disease, tick paralysis is not caused by an infectious organism. The illness is caused by a neurotoxin produced in the tick salivary gland. After a prolonged attachment, the engorged tick transmits the toxin to its host in humans. Tick paralysis is most likely to be seen in children. The symptoms in humans are similar to the clinical signs in dogs.

About two-thirds of human cases are seen in young females. The tick bites are most often found at the head and they’re at the transition of the hair and neck. The clinical presentation appears as typical, ascending flaccid. Paralysis explains the site, companion, vector-borne diseases. Cvbd explains that the symptoms first present as irritability fatigue and restlessness during the next 12 to 24 hours, the muscles innervated by facial nerves become weak.

The site explains without removal of the tick. Finally, the respiratory muscles will fail and the patient will die of respiratory failure. Evelyn is doing much better lewis explains in an update to her post. It took her until the next morning to start acting like herself again she’s, now pretty much completely back to her feisty little self. She complains a lot about her head itching, but otherwise she’s just fine.

My husband and i are still in shock that this happened to our baby girl and i’m glad we were able to spread some awareness about this. It’S not terribly common for this to happen, but it’s good to be aware of your children or pets start having to have weaknesses in their limbs to look for a tick. The doctor told us that the type of tick that was found on her does not typically carry lyme disease dog tick, but we’re keeping a close eye on her anyway. Evelyn is back to her feisty little self lewis tells scary mommy. The only evidence of her scary incident is a tiny, barely visible little scab from the tick bite that i’m sure won’t even be there.

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In a couple more days, she was in the hospital last saturday for a total of only a couple of hours. The doctor monitored her for a bit after the tick was removed. Then said she could finish recovering at home. It was a really scary day for us, but we’re just so relieved that the doctor immediately knew what to look for and that our baby girl is healthy and back to normal. Thankfully, the young girl made a quick recovery after the tick was removed and she got care as dr ben brock assistant, professor of medicine, at the university of mississippi medical center, explained to a local news station of the case.

Tick paralysis is a rare condition that requires the tick is attached to the host for at least four days, so removing it immediately upon detection should help avoid it. You should use tweezers to try and remove the entire tick, and that includes removing the mouth parts. He says squeezing the tick can force its contents into your skin if the mouth parts are still attached, tick-borne illnesses are on the rise and awareness is key. Although tick paralysis is uncommon, infections caused by ticks are on the rise. Since 2004, researchers have identified seven new germs that can be transmitted from ticks found in the united states.

In may, officials from the centers for disease control and prevention said this is no small threat, especially as the united states is not fully prepared to deal with. Diseases spread by ticks, mosquitoes and fleas. The data show that we’re seeing a steady increase and spread of tick-borne diseases says lyle, peterson md, mph, director of the division of vector-borne diseases, for the cdc. We need to support state and local health agencies responsible for detecting and responding to these diseases and controlling the mosquitoes, ticks and fleas that spread them,

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according to the cdc may to july, is peak season for ticks with more people and animals infected at that time than During the rest of the year, children, especially those with long hair, may be at increased risk because they aren’t able to identify ticks on their bodies to mitigate the risk. Experts recommend avoiding areas with high grass wearing long sleeves or pants when possible and conducting full body checks on children’s skin and hair when they come inside.

Even brief, bites can cause problems. Parents should check themselves too, as adults are also attractive to ticks when katie plucked a pin sized pic off of her leg last summer. She thought little of it living in kansas. She was in the habit of applying bug spray before going outside and had developed a few tricks for dealing with the bad reactions she seemed to have to any kind of bug bite. I rode horses, i played sports and i knew what steps to take to decrease the risk of a tick-borne illness.

She tells motherly it wasn’t long before she realized. This bite was different in the coming days. The site where the tick had been became increasingly inflamed. Eventually, developing a tender red ring around it the same diameter as a can of soda, but worst of all was the fatigue i basically felt like i got hit by a train. She says i just figured that since i have had such bad reactions to other bug.

Bites it wasn’t anything to worry about it. Wasn’T until i started getting awful that i thought. Maybe i should go to the doctor. Two weeks after the bite and increasingly exhausted, katie went to the doctor and was diagnosed with a vague tick-borne illness which they suspected to be lyme disease, an infection that officially affects some thirty thousand americans each year. Experts, however, suspect the true number of americans infected annually with lyme disease is closer to three hundred thousand, with thousands more experiencing other tick-borne illnesses.

Symptoms can present themselves in different ways. Symptoms from tick-borne illnesses vary based on the type of infection, the cdc reports, it’s most common to experience, fever, aches and rashes around the site of the bite for others, including the griffin family in mississippi. The symptoms can even be more frightening, although the symptoms quickly subsided for the young girl, the side effects of tick infections can be longer lasting for others, ranging from permanent allergies to red meat to years of fatigue and chronic pain. Even after katie began a month-long course of antibiotics, her symptoms from the illness persisted when i lay down at night, my feet would feel like they were on fire and the only way to relieve it was to wrap ice packs around them. She says i struggle a lot with insomnia and fatigue nearly one year out.

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She says the symptoms have almost completely diminished, which she credits to quickly removing the tick and starting antibiotics as soon as she did, and with the tick season back in full swing. Katie says she’s even more vigilant about wearing long clothing and avoiding overgrown grass, because one tick bite was more than enough,

considering how important the job of parenting is being concerned on how you’ll actually show that you’re headed in the right path. Take the next time to watch parenting, styles and people, you know, learn from them. Ask questions, listen to answers and evaluate what you hear: pray for wisdom being a parent is one of the hardest jobs. You’Ll do but also one of the best and enjoy your children.

Mothers are human beings, an animal biologically and culturally programmed to prioritize the survival of their offspring. Sickness or injury is more likely than not to be a condition precedent to death. So mothers prioritize the feeding care, health and safety of their offspring to maximize the chances for their baby and child survival. This instinct and practice of such mothering has been used over time by countless individuals to ensure the survival of the human race. Each mother knows that her child is the best, the smartest the most likely to succeed, the most fun and simply the best.

Each mother also knows that the child is pretty ordinary somewhere, mid-range can be, silly can be mean, has ups and downs, yet it’s the best child in the world. That’s the unique and ordinary child. The bond between a mother and her child is one so unique that most time the spouse feels neglected or jealous due to the uncompromised love shown by the mother to her child.

The lesson always trust your gut when it comes to your kid, if you know something is off, take them to the doctor or er immediately, like lewis did with the tick season upon us, routinely check your kids when they come in from play. We never ever would have imagined that our story would spread the way it has lewis adds, but maybe because we went through this other parents and pet owners will know to watch for ticks.

I had no idea this could happen. Luckily, for us we got her to the hospital when we did and had the doctor. We did. Kids health recommends that parents can help prevent kids from being exposed to ticks by making sure they wear protective clothing and apply insect repellent containing deet, especially when playing in grassy or wooded areas where ticks live. Thanks for reading. Please share the story in social networks, we’ll be right back to you as fast as we can.

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