Iya Villania, pinaalalahanan mga ina huwag sobrang pahiran ang ilong dahil maaaring magka-impeksyon

Iya Villania, pinaalalahanan mga ina huwag sobrang pahiran ang ilong dahil maaaring magka-impeksyon

- Iya Villania took to Instagram to warn parents who are fond of rubbing the base of the nose whenever a child has a cold

- The host said that she and her husband never thought that wiping the nose could result in such a disaster

- Iya said that since her son Primo was already a big boy, he would just go ahead and wipe his nose using a mix of dry facial tissue and saline wipes

- Their doctor initially advised them to bring their son to the hospital since the infection might reach the brain, but thankfully, he's already on his way to recovery

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Iya Villania took to Instagram to warn other parents about the dire effects of wiping the nose too much.

Iya Villania, pinaalalahanan mga ina huwag sobrang pahiran ang ilong dahil maaaring magka-impeksyon
Photo: Iya Villania (@iyavillania)
Source: Facebook

The Mars Pa More host recounted that her son, Primo, had the sniffles and since he is a big boy, he would just independently wipe his nose on his own.

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The boy would grab a dry facial tissue or some saline wipes, but normally it would be more of saline wipes.

According to Iya, Primo wiped so much that the nose eventually became inflamed, prompting them to call their doctor, who then advised them to bring their son to the hospital.

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What the doctor wanted to avoid was the infection reaching the brain. Thankfully, it is already healing and now, Iya just wanted all parents to be more aware.

"Drew and I never thought this could happen from wiping your nose so much. Primo had the sniffles and so being the big boy he is, he would go ahead and wipe his nose (a mix of dry facial tissue and saline wipes but more of the saline wipes). He wiped so much that eventually the area around his nose got so red and inflamed. Our doc called it out as cellulitis and that if it worsened that he’d have to be admitted as the infection might approach the brain"

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Iya Villania, pinaalalahanan mga ina huwag sobrang pahiran ang ilong dahil maaaring magka-impeksyon
Photo: Iya Villania (@iyavillania)
Source: Instagram

Iya Villania is one of the most popular showbiz personalities in the Philippines. She is married to Drew Arellano. They tied the knot on January 31, 2014.

Iya Villania and Drew Arellano had their two youngest kids, Leon and Alana, baptized at the same time. The proud mommy uploaded photos from the baptism, with Leon and Alana looking peaceful and calm during the event. On Instagram, Iya also thanked Ines Moda Infantil for the baptismal clothes of her adorable children. Netizens congratulated Leon and Alana and welcomed them to the Christian world.

Iya has stunned a lot of her followers anew because of her fit body. This was after she showed to netizens her workout routine in videos on Instagram. Viewers of the said video noticed the “Chika Minute” host’s toned abs just months after giving birth to baby Alana. Impressed netizens then praised Iya over her lean body despite being a mother of three.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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