When the weather was sunny, the kids would mindlessly playing and running around outside the house along with his friends. But not for the little guy Fred James. Running outside is tantamount to hasten death because the body can not overheat.
Fred James (3 years) suffering from a rare genetic condition that made him be born without sweat glands and the body can not sweat. If the body is too hot or too hot, the result can be fatal.
Both of his parents, Jon James (39 years) and Sarah Jones (33 years) should always make sure that her son continues to feel the cold, either with a fan, spray water or ice.
“We do everything that she does not overheat. That means we must pay attention every time,” said the mother, Sarah Jones, who come from Truro, Cornwall, England, as reported by Dailymail.
When overheated, the body will Fred seizures and can even be fatal to make their lives flying.
Sarah knew there was something wrong with her son at the moment of birth. Fred should get help resustasi after having trouble breathing and was in intensive care during the first 4 days of life.
Fred had the first seizure at the age of 10 months. At that time people were watching television at home and poor Fred was lying on the floor because of seizures.
“Fred could not focus on us. He was very hot and we stripped her clothes. He was a seizure. We do not know what to do to call an ambulance,” recalls Sarah.
At first doctors thought Fred got a virus and gave him antibiotics. But when Fred started to grow teeth, he suffered the classic symptoms of Ectodermal Dysplasia Anhidrotic called. Afterwards, the doctor diagnosed with Ectodermal Dysplasia.
Since then, both parents have to learn and to keep Fred’s body does not overheat. Sometimes Fred is still able to play outside the home, but his mother had kept an eye on him to get enough water and not too hot.
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