Miracle Baby Survives Bug

This is miracle baby Freddie Allen who amazingly survived a killer bug caught aged just 21 weeks, a heart operation on him inside the womb and a diagnosis telling his parents to ‘book a funeral’. He was struck down with a virus caused by mum Deanna’s exposure to a common childhood condition ‘slapped cheek’. In children ‘slapped cheek’, or parvovirus, causes redness on the cheek and a mild fever but exposure for Freddie meant it caused a deadly build up of fluid in his body.

This is miracle baby Freddie Allen who amazingly survived a killer bug caught aged just 21 weeks, a heart operation on him inside the womb and a diagnosis telling his parents to 'book a funeral'. He was struck down with a virus caused by mum Deanna's exposure to a common childhood condition 'slapped cheek'. In children 'slapped cheek', or parvovirus, causes redness on the cheek and a mild fever but exposure for Freddie meant it caused a deadly build up of fluid in his body.

This is miracle baby Freddie Allen who amazingly survived a killer bug caught aged just 21 weeks, a heart operation on him inside the womb and a diagnosis telling his parents to 'book a funeral'. He was struck down with a virus caused by mum Deanna's exposure to a common childhood condition 'slapped cheek'. In children 'slapped cheek', or parvovirus, causes redness on the cheek and a mild fever but exposure for Freddie meant it caused a deadly build up of fluid in his body.

This is miracle baby Freddie Allen who amazingly survived a killer bug caught aged just 21 weeks, a heart operation on him inside the womb and a diagnosis telling his parents to 'book a funeral'. He was struck down with a virus caused by mum Deanna's exposure to a common childhood condition 'slapped cheek'. In children 'slapped cheek', or parvovirus, causes redness on the cheek and a mild fever but exposure for Freddie meant it caused a deadly build up of fluid in his body.

This is miracle baby Freddie Allen who amazingly survived a killer bug caught aged just 21 weeks, a heart operation on him inside the womb and a diagnosis telling his parents to 'book a funeral'. He was struck down with a virus caused by mum Deanna's exposure to a common childhood condition 'slapped cheek'. In children 'slapped cheek', or parvovirus, causes redness on the cheek and a mild fever but exposure for Freddie meant it caused a deadly build up of fluid in his body.