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Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice. Primary school teacher Georgie Hall, 38, said paramedic Graham Scott even rolled his eyes at her and claimed that her six-year-old son Oliver was trying to "milk" his illness after he was examined at their local GP surgery.
She claimed she was also asked if she had used Google to check her son's symptoms and was told by the same paramedic that he spent much of his time dealing with "over-anxious mothers". But his condition deteriorated and less than 12 hours later he died of meningitis.
They rejected meningitis out of hand. I was told everything was fine and made to dating online ipswich I had to trust the professionals. We were made to feel we did not know what we were talking about.
Georgie, who is seven months pregnant and also mum to Charlie, five, said Oliver had a sore head and jaw on the evening of October 22, By the following morning he had a stomach ache and high-temperature but no GP appointment was available until 3. When a rash appeared and his breathing became laboured she rang NHS The Halls drove Oliver to hospital where he went into cardiac arrest and died just after 2am on October The inquest continues.