A few months ago, a baby died from anaphylactic shock when her mother and her sister tried to give her medicine to her.

Now, the girl’s mother is trying to raise awareness about the dangers of giving medicine to babies who have allergies.

The child was taken to hospital for a blood test and was diagnosed with anaphysematous shock, or a shock of unknown cause.

The family decided to take her to a doctor for testing.

But she was taken into intensive care with blood clots in her lungs and chest and no signs of infection.

The doctor diagnosed the child with an allergy to milk, and the mother decided to give the baby medicine from a local supermarket.

“We’re still trying to get the name of the doctor who gave us the medicine and he did not know it was for allergy, but it was in the list of medicines,” said the mother.

“I was not sure what to do.

My first thought was to give it to the baby, but I think we are really sorry.”

But this time, the child was diagnosed not with an allergic reaction to milk but with a severe reaction to the medicine.

“The child who died was given milk from a grocery store and it was not the same as the milk the mother had used before, and she was not able to do the same with the milk that the doctor had given her,” said Professor Korni.

The family had to put the child down for 24 hours.

“This is a major risk to children,” Professor Korki said.

“The child had been given milk, but she was unable to drink it or swallow it.

She was unable even to drink a spoonful.”

She had not eaten for 24 to 48 hours and was still breathing.

I had to go in there to take a look at her, but the child had no pulse.

“The mother had a heart condition that had left her with severe breathing difficulties.

She had had the child in intensive care for three days and was being monitored by the hospital’s emergency department, while the family has been contacted by a number of health workers.

The baby’s father and sister, both parents of the child, have been notified of the situation.”

This is one of those rare cases where a child is dying, a life-threatening event, and this is one that is caused by something that has been injected into the child.””

It’s very difficult to talk about, and it’s really difficult to know how to go about it.”

This is one of those rare cases where a child is dying, a life-threatening event, and this is one that is caused by something that has been injected into the child.

“They are not doing anything wrong and they should not be given the medicine, but there are other things that could have happened.”

Professor Korkim said the child’s mother was a very good nurse and her family was well-known for their high standards.

“I know this mother very well, and her children have not suffered any harm,” he said.

The parents are not expecting the baby to make a full recovery, but they are trying to hold their breath and keep their spirits up.

“My parents are just trying to do everything we can to get back to normal,” said their mother.

“But they are still feeling really worried about the situation.”