5-yr-old dies after misdiagnosed sore throat, family now shares urgent message about what really killed her

Many times we feel that life hasn’t been particularly fair to us and that God just dealt us a bad hand. While some of us become perpetually depressed and bitter at the miseries of life, the others decide to take it as a cue to inspire other lives around them and try to make the world a happier place to live in.

God promises that he will take care of those who love him, so what have we to fear? Although there will undoubtedly be pain and hardships in our lives, we can have peace knowing that our God has overcome the world!

Still, the pain of losing a child is something that no parent is ever prepared for. The excruciating pain that comes from losing a child is unimaginable for many of us.

Still, God promises to use our broken situations for redemption, and that’s exactly what he is doing in the life of the Terry family.

Back in January of 2015, five-year-old Kycie Jai Terry was taken to a doctor for a painful throat and headache. Her mother, Jamie, assumed the girl must have came down with a cold or the flu, so she took Kycie to the doctor.

The little girl was diagnosed by doctors with strep throat and put on a regime of antibiotics. However, when the little girl did not respond to the antibiotics, her conditioned worsened, and it worsened very quickly.

Kycie was eventually admitted to the Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City where she suffered a major diabetic ketoacidosis and a seizure. It was at this point when doctors realized that the girl was not actually suffering from strep throat.

Instead, the little girl was dealing with something much more dangerous… and nobody had any clue about it.

When her blood test results came in, Kycie’s sugar levels were found to be a staggering 1,148 which is nearly ten times a healthy person her age should have!

Jamie and Josh were shocked when they realized that their daughter’s strep throat diagnosis had been completely and shockingly inaccurate. And, all this time, they had no idea that Kycie had type 1 diabetes.

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