Boy, bleeding due to any food, forced to eat some sweets

Boy, bleeding due to any food, forced to eat some sweets

Doctors admit that the first time faced with a disease that causes allergy to absolutely all foods. However, more doctors are surprised that a child suffering from a mysterious illness, managed to survive thanks to the sweets.

Finley Ranson suffers from a rare eating disorder, because of which he was not able to eat a normal meal. The body three year old child is fighting with food as if it is a virus, causing him internal bleeding begins.

Boy, bleeding due to any food, forced to eat some sweets

Finley has undergone a number of genetic tests in the London Hospital, where doctors tried to determine what is causing an extremely rare form of eosinophilic enterocolitis. However, the boy has adapted and began to stick to a strict diet - eat 10 candies every day.

His mother, 27-year-old Rhys, even candy melts, combining them with jam and fruit ice cream to make them more appetizing for his little boy. Despite the dreadful disease, she says Finley always smiling, and, surprisingly, very fond of children to visit the cafe, according to British tabloid Mail Online.

Boy, bleeding due to any food, forced to eat some sweets

The disadvantage of nutrients in the body of the child is compensated by a special nutrient fluid which enters the Flynn stomach through the feeding tube every two hours and a half. The boy had already been carried out 10 operations, during which doctors are not only replaced the phone, but also explore the inner child. Currently Finley disease for doctors - a riddle, which they are trying to solve. Doctors are trying to understand why a child's body is tolerant of sweets, but do not accept any other food.

Boy, bleeding due to any food, forced to eat some sweets

Rice found that her son can eat sweets, talking to another mother from the support group. Prior to that, she has tried hundreds of different products in a desperate search for something that will not cause him an allergic reaction.

In Finley has an older sister, Georgia, which is also suffering from a similar disease, but her body is responding only to dairy products, eggs and soy. At the same time, as noted by Rice in her family and the family of her husband, no one has ever suffered from such diseases.

Currently, the boy's parents are waiting for the latest test results and hope that doctors will be able to determine the cause of the disease and to help their son.