When Oliver became sick and started to show symptoms like sore muscles, diarrhea and vomiting, his mother Natasha Durling called her doctors, but they didn’t know actually what caused these symptoms.
During a few days Oliver was getting worse, and it got to the point he couldn’t even eat or drink.
Without finding the reason of his disease, the doctor sent sick Oliver home.
The next morning the boy woke up with pain in his leg hurt. He thought
he was dying.
The mother came to the hospital back with him.
Whatever they were doing, nothing helped.
Finally he was diagnosed with Kawasaki disease, an inflammation of the heart and blood vessels caused by heart disease.
Oliver spent a terrible night in agonizing pain, but the next morning, fortunately, was getting well. There were no rush and fever anymore.
The doctors were sure Oliver could back home now as he felt better, but Durlind decided to stay there for a few days for make sure her son were healthy.
And this happened for good reason, because that evening Oliver felt worse again.
This time urine tests were positive for measles.
Again, after Oliver was treated for measles, the doctors said he could go home.
And again his mother insisted on staying at the hospital until of his tests became normal again.
With this story Durling called on parents to trust their intuition.
She posted on her Facebook: "You should fight for your kids if you feel something’s wrong!"
Durling is a devoted mother, she is an example of how to carry the children.
We need to follow our parental instincts because it
helps us to take care of our kids.