Mom’s Intuition Knew The 35 Doctors They Saw Were All Wrong, Cures Baby Herself Mom’s Intuition Knew The 35 Doctors They Saw Were All Wrong, Cures Baby Herself
When Stephanie Smit, 35, gave birth to her son Isaiah everything was going perfectly. Things were smooth and she was learning what it takes... Mom’s Intuition Knew The 35 Doctors They Saw Were All Wrong, Cures Baby Herself

When Stephanie Smit, 35, gave birth to her son Isaiah everything was going perfectly. Things were smooth and she was learning what it takes to be a parent one task at a time. Stephanie couldn’t have been happier and prouder of her newborn baby boy.

But then Isaiah broke out with a red rash. She thought it would go away after a while, but then Isaiah’s skin starts to get worse and all of a sudden, the little infant’s life is thrown in danger. And mom realizes that parenting is not only good times, but struggles and tragedies as well.

She rushed him to the doctors and discovered a shocking diagnosis…

The rashes started when Isaiah was about three-months old. Stephanie quickly determined their cause. He seemed to break out every time he was near or exposed to intense odors or perfumes. They would only make the irritation the baby experienced worse and he would cry.

Sometimes, his rash would become so bad that the little boy’s epidermis would start to bleed.

All the doctors agreed. Isaiah had a bad case of eczema. He was prescribed steroidal based ointment. When Stephanie rubbed it on his little body, it seemed to work. The rash went away. But then the eczema came rushing back – and suddenly, Stephanie is living a new nightmare.

Before long, the red rash has returned and gotten even worse. After a short while, the steroidal ointment stops being effective. The eczema returns stronger than ever.

Doctors are baffled. Then the baby’s hair started to fall out. They applied stronger treatments but his skin did not respond to it as planned.

“The doctors said it was just eczema. Many doctors came in and out of our room. We saw a GI doctor who told me I was poisoning my son with my breast milk and I needed to stop immediately,” Stephanie said.

Stephanie did everything the doctors asked her to do. But his skin got worse and worse for the next five months. Then little sores began to burst open and the baby was in constant pain.

Before long, Stephanie is avoiding normal activities because her son needs her help. She is applying ointment and bandages to protect his sensitive skin. At night, his hands had to be covered so he doesn’t scratch himself.

“It was like he had no skin,” says Stephanie. “He was constantly in pain. One time it was so bad that I thought: if this is to be his life, then take him to the next one.”

Because the doctors had failed, Stephanie turned to the internet. Then she learned about something called “steroid withdrawal” and saw pictures of babies that seemed to be suffering just like Isaiah was.

“There they were talking about the side-effects of the steroids and how it could make skin problems worse when you stop taking them.”

Stephanie stopped using the steroidal ointment. Instead, she used home-made lotions and creams with natural ingredients.

After just 10 months, Isaiah’s skin is like new. The cause of all his suffering was the prescription the doctors kept ordering Stephanie to use on her baby!

“We saw 35 doctors. They all said that it was eczema. I want to show them the pictures where you can see how Isaiah’s skin has recovered.”

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  • Sally Del Rosario

    2017-02-13 #1 Author

    Mothers know their babies that well. Their instinct tells them how to handle their babies enough to find a solution to something that is bothering their babies.


  • Nybol

    2017-02-13 #2 Author

    She’s one smart mother🤗


  • Naynay

    2017-02-13 #3 Author

    Amen she is so pretty


  • Jackie

    2017-02-13 #4 Author

    Wow, poor little baby. Its very frustrating when a child and parent has to insure such torment, with little to no help from doctors. The doctors really need to take the time to listen to the symptoms and do more research on it before jumping to the conclusions and given diagnosis of eczema to any skin problems. The mom did an awesome job and did her own research to help her son, that’s what parenting is all about! Glad his condition is under control.


  • Corterrius Johnson

    2017-02-13 #5 Author

    That was amazing , such a handsome gift from god .


  • Courtney Mabry

    2017-02-13 #6 Author

    Wow! That’s amazing a mothers love ❤️


  • Charvonda

    2017-02-13 #7 Author

    Praying things will get better baby isaiah


  • Kenyatta

    2017-02-13 #8 Author

    A mothers instict , a mother knows when something is wrong.


  • Felicia

    2017-02-13 #9 Author

    Doctors are not always right!! If something just doesn’t feel or sound right to me, I would get a second opinion. This mom did the right thing and now get son is fine!!


  • Sydney Knights

    2017-02-13 #10 Author

    Wow this is really crazy! It’s like can we really trust our doctors to keep ours babies safe. Some times moms just know best!


  • Alexus

    2017-02-13 #11 Author

    Wow this is crazy


  • Shawneequa

    2017-02-13 #12 Author

    A mother truly knows, her child best. I’m just glad she was able to figure things out and help her son get well.


  • J’KALA

    2017-02-14 #13 Author

    Sometimes moms just know best! No one’s going to try as hard as mom to get down to the root cause of the problem. Thank God for baby isaiah’s awesome recovery.


  • Angelique taylor

    2017-02-15 #14 Author

    amen! there’s nothing like a mother’s love she knows her child no matter what


  • Celia Julian

    2017-02-16 #15 Author

    A mother knows best.


  • Natty

    2017-02-17 #16 Author

    This is why sometimes moms find out better ways to help their babies then their pediatricians honestly you can feel helpless not knowing what’s happening to your baby he is very handsome and blessed #Go momma


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