Allergies ‘Headache pill nearly killed me’: Everyday painkiller sparked two-in-a-million allergic reaction

A man has told how a headache pill’ almost kills’ after an allergic reaction caused two-in-one-million that left him in a coma for nine days.

The skin of

Nissan production worker Jason Ryan also leaves blisters and peels off.

He suffered from extremely rare Steven-Johnson syndrome (SJS) -. Which is believed was caused just by taking ibuprofen counter medication

The disorder affects only two people in every million, but can be fatal if untreated.

The series of traumatic events began when Jason, 28, from Washington, near Sunderland, suffered from symptoms similar to the flu in May last year.

Having taken ibuprofen in the past and suffered no reaction, Jason and his wife Claire never made the link to the drug when he began to develop blisters.

Claire told the Chronicle in Newcastle. “He had this rash, like tiles, and was taking ibuprofen every four hours

” was all legs and back, I knew there it was a rash sweat.

“I was taking ibuprofen and the next day his feet blisters emerged as tennis balls.”

Nissan production worker Jason Ryan was in a coma for nine days

Claire, a mother of seven-year-old Brooke , immediately she called an ambulance, but was told to head to their ambulatory care center nearest you.

“We should have known then,” Claire said. “We were told to go to the hospital

.” We could see it progressing; his skin was blistered. “

The couple moved to hospital where Jason has been diagnosed with the potentially fatal disease.

One in three people suffering from a severe reaction dies.

the rare disease begins with a burning rash on the face and torso rapidly worsening.

Various triggers for physicians have been identified, and ibuprofen drug, every day is used to treat pain and inflammation is one that is believed to cause the reaction occasionally.

“there is no cure for it so just follow its course,” Claire said.

“Jason’s body looked like a horror movie, every time you moved more skin would fall.

“I was crying, it was so raw.

” No one can tell us what was going on because nobody knew.

“I would rather have cancer had because when I heard one of every three die I thought it has no chance.

” We were told that lasted 14 days and was in a coma for nine days.

“It was the worst moment of my life.

” I kept thinking, ‘What am I going to tell our daughter Brooke?’

“Jason is our world. It’s a miracle he survived.”

Jason said: “The funny thing is Claire can remember everything and not remember anything

.” All I remember is waking up with my body changed.

“I went to sleep a weight of 13st and woke up being around the 9th.

” He could not move his arms or legs, all I could move was my head.

“I thought my life, as my wife and daughter were just a dream.”

Jason pulled through and is back at home with Claire and Brooke, and two Great Danes Abel family and the storm, his parrot Arnold and two cats, boots and socks.

The syndrome may return but Claire says that while Jason still weakened by his ordeal, she feels are the worst.

and has become a full-time caregiver Jason and unable to continue his work and showing breeding dogs.

“We are all suffering,” he said. “Not good.

” Jason is like a little old but is getting stronger and stronger all the time.

“It’s the mental part.

” He has PTSD, but it is getting better.

“still my Jason.”

Jason said: “I lost interest in all my hobbies, but now is the best I’ve been since I was sick

.” She has not been able to get up for months .

“I get up and I have to go to sleep at 12 pm.

” Claire was brilliant, could not ask for anything more from her.

“I want to thank my wife, if it were not for her, I’d be dead.

” I probably would not have gone to the hospital and I could have gone very differently. ”

Claire, unity in Washington, said the automaker based in Sunderland Nissan, where Jason works, has been very supportive during her illness.

She said she wanted to express appreciation to employers Jason through the pages of the Sunday Sun after all your help.

Claire was also in regular contact with Robyn moves from Littleport, Cambridgeshire, whose 11-year-old son Calvin lock developed SJS after taking painkillers and is now creating a charity to raise awareness of the disease.

Thanking Robyn, Claire approached Nissan and auto giant is the £ 1,000 donation to the project as Jason continues its recovery.

She said, “Robyn gave me strength and hope, she talked to me for hours That woman got me through the worst time of my life

..” I am very grateful for what Nissan are doing. “

the check will be delivered at the Nissan plant on February 7 at 11 hours.

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