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Turkish Girl blinded, burnt alive


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

24th Jan, 2020. 11:07 am
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Turkish Girl

Turkish girl blinded and burnt alive by medical treatment for exam stress.

As per details,  Turkish Girl Hikmet Mina Kara from Turkey’s southern Antalya went to a psychiatrist to cope with stress and was diagnosed with “bipolar and adjustment disorder” 20 days ago.

She thought that she’d seen it all when she suffered severe panic attacks and sleep disorders due to exam anxiety but the worst was yet to come.

Her psychiatrist recommended a medical treatment focused on the diagnosis.

Although After taking the drugs that have not yet revealed, she started to develop some mysterious red and purple rashes that later turned into blisters.

The family took their beloved daughter straight to the emergency room with the skin on her lips and face peeling, leading to a diagnosis of a rare condition called Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS), a severe skin reaction which is often triggered by certain medication.

Being burned alive by a deadly reaction to the unnamed drug, Mina lost her vision, her devastated mother said.

However Kara, who remains in intensive care, might also suffer organ damage if her situation deteriorates.

Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) is a rare but life-threatening disorder that affects the skin, mucous membrane, genitals and eyes.

Often, it begins with flu-like symptoms, followed by a painful red or purplish rash that spreads and blisters. Then the top layer of the affected skin dies, sheds and then heals.

Stevens-Johnson syndrome is a medical emergency that usually requires hospitalization.

Treatment focuses on eliminating the underlying cause, controlling symptoms and minimizing complications as your skin regrows.

Recovery after Stevens-Johnson syndrome can take weeks to months, depending on the severity of your condition.

If it caused by a medication, you’ll need to permanently avoid that drug and others closely related to it.

Symptoms

Stevens-Johnson syndrome signs and symptoms include:

Fever
Unexplained widespread skin pain
A red or purple skin rash that spreads
Blisters on your skin and the mucous membranes of your mouth, nose, eyes and genitals
Shedding of your skin within days after blisters form

Moreover If you have Stevens-Johnson syndrome, several days before the rash develops you may experience:

Fever
Sore mouth and throat
Fatigue
Cough
Burning eyes

When to see a doctor

Stevens-Johnson syndrome requires immediate medical attention. Seek emergency medical care if you experience signs and symptoms of this condition.

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