The ‘Teen Mom 2’ star shared the heartbreaking news on Instagram where she detailed the battle her young boy has been going through trying to fight the brutal infection.
According to the reality star, the issue started in his groin as an abscess and spread to the surrounding lymph nodes which the doctors are trying to treat with aggressive antibiotics.
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“Please keep Bubba in your thoughts and prayers! He has an infected abscess in his groin that is infecting his lymph nodes. He’s been on multiple medications and hopefully this next antibiotic works. ☹️❤️ #GetWellSoon #PrayersPlease,” Jenelle posted on Instagram.
The ‘Teen Mom’ fans came out in force to support the young mom as she sits at her son’s bedside in the hospital. As you can see, the young guy is in good spirits and it appears they are giving him all the popsicles he can eat.
“? he will get better soon positive vibes coming your way ?,” one person wrote.
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“Hope he feels better soon girl ?it’s never fun to see our babies not well or in the hospital especially when there’s absolutely nothing we as parents can do to fix it. I’m sure you’re full of emotions right now just as well as I’m sure he is too. Don’t listen to ppl who r assuming it’s your fault. You’re an amazing mom and your doing everything right by being in the hospital with him. Praying for a speedy recovery for the little man ❤️❤️,” a fan said.
As you can imagine, Jenelle is forced to deal with haters who immediately judged the reality star for possibilities as to why her son was hospitalized. At first, she didn’t reveal the specific issue and it led to some followers drudging up old custody issues concerning Kaiser.
According to Hopkins Medicine, an infected lymph node (Lymphadenitis) should be treatable. “Lymphadenitis is the medical term for enlargement in one or more lymph nodes, usually due to infection. Lymph nodes are filled with white blood cells that help your body fight infections. When lymph nodes become infected, it’s usually because an infection started somewhere else in your body,” the site explains.
But, the key to treatment is understanding where it started — “Infections that spread to lymph nodes are usually caused by bacteria, a virus, or a fungus. It is important to learn how the infection spread into your lymph nodes so that the right treatment can be started.”
Knowing it began in the young boy’s groin as an abscess, hopefully, he will make a full and quick recovery!
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