‘My son died of a disease he never got diagnosed with’: Mum pleads with hospital to stop putting his son on ventilator
NEW DELHI: A mother who had her son die from a condition he never had diagnosed with has said her son died after he was placed on a ventilating machine.
In a scathing post on the social networking site Reddit, My Son died on September 8, 2018 from erectile function loss.
He was 18 months old.
“He had a terrible erection.
He didn’t have any problems with his sex life,” she wrote.”
When he was born, he was the only child of our family and was not very active in school.
He had been on venti for a few days and it had caused some problems in his erection,” she added.”
After the birth, he became very restless and I was worried about him because he was very restless.
I knew that I had to try to help him, so I tried to talk to my husband and our family doctor about the problem.”
It didn’t take long to find out that he was having a lot of problems. “
I was very relieved when he was put on it.
It didn’t take long to find out that he was having a lot of problems.
My son died.”
A doctor, who wished to remain anonymous, told news agency Reuters that My Son’s death was not the first time that his mother had been forced to use ventilators to ventilate her son.
“It is not uncommon for women who have given birth to a boy to suffer from erectility problems, which can be aggravated if left untreated,” he said.
“It is difficult for doctors to distinguish between men who suffer from this condition and women who are not.”
If a woman’s husband does not have an erectile problem, he may be unable to give the correct treatment to his wife and hence she will resort to venti,” the doctor added.
A recent study by a team of American researchers in India revealed that about a quarter of men who had lost their erectile power during pregnancy had problems with their sexual function in adulthood.
A third of those who had a normal penis but who were unable to achieve an erection also had erectile problems.