Little girl suffering with ‘WORST case of chickenpox’ gets turned away from A&E twice

Evie-Beth Taylor’s case of chickenpox

KENNEDY NEWS AND MEDIA HEALTH: Evie-Beth Taylor suffered with the ‘worst case of chickenpox’

5-year-old Evie-Beth Taylor flummoxed medical doctors with chickenpox so dangerous they initially informed her mother and father it may be a uncommon genetic illness.

The an infection left the teenager screaming in ache every time she was touched, making it unimaginable for mum Lianne Taylor, 33, to wash her airways.

Evie-Beth couldn’t eat, drink and even use the bathroom and had a nostril clogged with “rock arduous” mucus which affected her respiration.

Lianne referred to as paramedics and her poorly daughter was rushed to A&E twice in simply two days.

Evie-Beth Taylor’s case of chickenpox KENNEDY NEWS AND MEDIA

PAIN: The teenager was unable to eat, drink and use the bathroom

However the mum was turned away each instances, being informed that she needed to wait 10 days for the antibiotics prescribed by her GP to work.

Then when Evie-Beth was taken to the GP, medical doctors informed Lianne that she was fortunate to have introduced her in when she did.

After 4 days in hospital, the teenager was lastly allowed to return residence, however it took months for the spots to fully disappear.

Now a 12 months after the chickenpox, Lianne has shared stunning photos of her daughter’s ordeal in a bid to boost consciousness.

Evie-Beth Taylor’s case of chickenpox KENNEDY NEWS AND MEDIA

CHICKENPOX: She was turned away from A&E twice

“It was actually traumatic seeing Evie-Beth like this”

Lianne Taylor

Lianne, from Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, stated: “It was actually traumatic seeing Evie-Beth like this.

“She was struggling to breathe as a result of she was so blocked up with mucus that went actually arduous.




“The medical doctors stated that they had by no means seen chickenpox that dangerous. That they had a photographer are available in and take photographs of her pores and skin as a result of that they had by no means seen a case as dangerous as hers earlier than. They did not know why.”

When the an infection broke out, Lianne began sleeping in the identical mattress as Evie-Beth so she may get up up each hour to provide her a drink.

She was devastated when Evie-Beth solely received increasingly torpid and ultimately needed to be carried to the bathroom as a result of her spots had been too painful for her to sit down.

Lianne, who research historical past at Teesside College, stated: “It was completely terrible. It was actually dangerous.

“This was past the assistance I may give her. She could not eat or drink, she simply lay there.

“She was crying and moaning and each time she moved she screamed. It was horrendous. It was a very robust time.”

A 12 months on, the now seven-year-old Evie-Beth remains to be bothered by the scars from her chickenpox.

However regardless of the ache, the teenager remains to be a really “blissful bouncy woman”.

Leanne added: “I nonetheless inform her she’s lovely despite the fact that she’s received these scars. She does not have so much however there are lots of of them on her face.

“Fortunately I can inform her its effective. I inform her she hasn’t seen that about me earlier than so different individuals will not discover that about her.

“She nonetheless has just a few scars now. I hope they’ll fade away for her. Mine have.”

Evie-Beth Taylor’s case of chickenpox KENNEDY NEWS AND MEDIA

CONDITION: Docs claimed it was the worst case of chickenpox they’ve ever seen

A spokesperson for County Durham and Darlington NHS Basis Belief stated: “Whereas we can’t touch upon particular person affected person circumstances we at all times welcome suggestions on our companies, particularly the place sufferers or their family members really feel they haven’t obtained the care they might anticipate.

“We’re sorry if this has been the expertise on this case. We’d be blissful to debate the case in additional element if the household wish to achieve this and would ask them to make contact with our affected person expertise staff.”

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