Almost dead by a kiss: the baby was fighting for her life by herpes
In Britain, one year old baby died almost because he was infected with a herpesvirus kiss. The boy had to be hospitalized for four days. Parents now tell other people to kiss the children in their mouths.
The girl had eruptions everywhere
A 1-year-old girl from the North English city of Darlington almost died because she was infected with herpes virus. At first, the parents did not realize the lack of their son. "Kaylah cried a lot, knew that it could only mean he was suffering," said The Daily Mail mother. "We were at home and I was about to get into the tub when I suddenly saw traces in my legs." According to the information, the baby had violet eruptions throughout the place. "I was scared that my first thought was that it had something to do with meningitis because I had it before," said the mother. In the hospital, however, it was discovered that the child had been infected with herpesvirus.
Two out of three people are infected with herpesvirus
Health experts say two out of three people are infected with herpes virus.
But most people who become infected with it never show symptoms and probably do not know they are infected. Therefore, cold sores are usually transmitted unnoticed.
Viruses are often active only by certain influences such as stress or strong sunlight and cause, among other things, herpes in the mouth.
For some people special care is needed. Adult adipose wounds should be very careful when they are in contact with young children.
Because even a kiss of them can end up mortally for babies, as shown by an older case in the United States.
Even the tiny Kaylah of England was brought to a mortal risk situation.
The infection could end fatally
According to the Daily Mail report, hospital doctors found that the tiny red rash in small Kaylah was caused by herpes simplex virus.
"The doctors told us that someone with cold pain should kiss their lips, and because the baby's immune system is not strong enough, it developed the rash," said the mother of 22 years.
His fiancé was impressed and "he could not believe that everything went by a kiss".
The girl had to stay in the hospital for four days, where she was treated with antibiotics.
The doctors said the baby was lucky that the infection could end fatally.
"If we did not do the hospital quickly, it could be very dangerous if we could lose it," said the young mother.
According to parents, her daughter has not yet recovered. One month after discharge from the clinic, she still has to take medication daily and be taken to the doctor once a week.
Warning of parents
Little Kaylah's parents return to the public to warn others of the risk.
"I just want other parents to know that you do not have to be physically ill to harm a baby – it can only be the virus carrier and still influence it," said the mother.
According to the report of the newspaper, the virus can be transmitted to the mother in infants, either by a kiss or in newborns, if you had genital herpes for the first time in the last six weeks of pregnancy.
The risk is significantly reduced if you had it before pregnancy while passing the necessary antibodies to fight them.
It is not the first time that parents, many of whom have lost their babies, issued the warning that foreigners are not allowed to kiss babies.
"Please do not kiss other people's babies," said Marian Nicholson of the Herpes Virus Association.
Treat herpes as quickly as possible
If the infection is known, healthcare professionals will warn adults so they can handle ferometer injuries as quickly as possible. But what helps against herpes?
In the normal course, drugs are often used to inhibit the multiplication of viruses. The infection does not always have to be treated with antivirus medications.
Sometimes, home remedies for herpes, such as manuka honey or tea tree oil. From the outbreak of herpes to healing it may take up to two weeks. (Ad)