Mother Warns Parents About Dangers Of Giving Ibuprofen To Kids With Chickenpox

A mom is urging parents not to give their children with chickenpox ibuprofen-based medications after her son ended up in hospital with a life-threatening condition.

Hayley Lyons’ son, Lewis, came down with the chicken pox and she gave him Nurofen for Children after several physicians recommended it. But soon after, Lewis developed a severe skin reaction and ended up in hospital with septicemia. Septicemia (or sepsis) is very serious blood poisoning!



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