A South African woman described her son as a “hero” after he died due to listeriosis and she was cleared of any symptoms.
Vuyani Moledi became pregnant with a boy while studying at The University of South Africa (UNISA).
She was seven months pregnant when she was rushed to the hospital and two days after her son was born he passed away. Testing during this time by doctors found he had listeriosis. She was discharged after three days in the hospital.
“What I keep telling everyone is that when I had the listeriosis it
came out with my son, I was left with none of it whatsoever, I didn’t
have any symptoms. That is why I say he is my hero as he basically saved
my life. His name was Favour,” Moledi told Food Safety News.
“It was tough last year as I had just lost him. Since then we are trying to be positive. I am trying to be a better person like I would have wanted to be if he was here. So basically I am trying to live a positive life Read More