It must be taken care that every medicine and surgery is not meant for everyone.
One must be tested before giving medicine or injection during surgery.
It might be possible that surgeries do not go right and provide the desired results. But positives results can also be there however patients are assured.
We can be sure that we will be completely fine after having surgery from a skilled professional doctor.
Difference circumstances and even fate play its role. Infections during surgery are another way of putting one’s life on risk. This is what happened with Austin.
Ginger Wang explained to us that how her son who was just 18 years old was infected by dental surgery.
Austin had removed her wisdom teeth through dental surgery and he started feeling pain. His pain became intolerable till Monday morning.
The pain was very severe and Wang feared that this might take her son’s life as it became fatal.
She immediately called the surgeon who removed Austin’s wisdom teeth, that doctor was not available so she took him to a nearby hospital and they asked her to shift Austin in ER.
Austin’s mouth was cleaned. Being a mother that day was as painful for Ginger as she saw her son hanging between life and death.
Austin was unable to breathe and was diagnosed with a deadly infection. That infection was Ludwig’s angina.
This infection holds a tendency of taking lives it grows under the tongue and spreads to the whole body.
Austin’s life was at risk his infection started to spread through neck jaw and mouth and he was placed on a ventilator.
Undertakings were being taken from Ginger Wang.
Austin had surgery while his mother was very scared of his condition. Austin was his first son and she cannot even think of losing Austin.
She adds that her brothers and sisters were praying for him as they loved him a lot and requested others to pray for Austin.
Ginger Wang shared this story just to make people aware of the infections caused by surgeries of wisdom tooth. She further asked for prayers and wishes for her son.
We at Small joys pray for Austin’s health. May he get well soon.