Mom’s “Mock Son’s Disease” Putting Him in Wheelchair and Using Feeding Tube – .

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Mom’s “Mock Son’s Disease” Putting Him in Wheelchair and Using Feeding Tube – .


A mother has been accused of lying to doctors about her adopted son suffering from a mysterious illness that left him in a wheelchair and on a feeding tube.
Kristy Schneider also reportedly got Louis placed on an end-of-life care plan after telling doctors he suffered from a chromosomal disorder.

According to a report, she said Louis was in “significant and persistent” pain, which resulted in her being given large doses of pain relievers like fentanyl and morphine.

Schneider, from Little Rock in the United States, also frequently posted articles about his illness on his Facebook page and blog which have since been deleted, KATV news channel reported.








Schneider allegedly put the youngster in a wheelchair and on a feeding tube
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At one point, Schneider and her husband, Erik, sought end-of-life care for the nine-year-old and even asked several law enforcement agencies to visit a hospice for greet him.

But after a month, the boy was released from the hospital, the media reported.

During a Department of Social Services hearing, Dr Megan Repp, one of Louie’s primary doctors, said she started worrying about the boy during the first three to four visits because the allegations of pain and symptoms did not match what she was seeing.








Louis no longer needs a wheelchair or feeding tube
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She added that at one point Louise was not expected to survive, but when he miraculously did, Schneider said “it was wrong to die”.

The Schneiders lost custody of Louie in 2019 after a court heard she had misrepresented her condition to doctors.








Schneider is accused of endangering the well-being of a minor
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The custody hearing was told that Schneider suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a disorder in which caregivers “intentionally harm or describe non-existent symptoms in their children to draw attention to a person’s family. sick “.

After Louis was removed from their care, he was able to eat and walk on his own despite using a wheelchair and a feeding tube for months.

On Tuesday, Schneider transformed into police and was accused of endangering the well-being of a minor.

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