Woman Who Went into Hospital With a Nose Bleed was Given Drugs Blacklisted From her Medical Records and Left in a Wheelchair

Woman Who Went into Hospital With a Nose Bleed was Given Drugs Blacklisted From her Medical Records and Left in a Wheelchair

25-year-old Megan Taylor from Blackburn was admitted to hospital after suffering a nose bleed and she was discharged unable to walk.
Ms Taylor suffered a serious allergic reaction to medication which she says had been blacklisted on her medical notes.
Megan has a blood clotting disorder and had to go to A&E because her nose bleed did not stop and she began to feel nauseous.
She was then given the anti-sickness drug Metoclopramide by medics at Royal Blackburn Hospital in Lancashire.
Ms Taylor claimed they had ignored her medical records which highlighted a previous reaction she had suffered to that particular drug.
She now suffers with repeated muscle spasms down her left side is unable to walk independently and has been in a rehabilitation unit for a month.
Her claims are now being investigated by East Lancashire Hospitals Trust which runs Royal Blackburn.
They have not yet taken responsibility for the incident and have declined to comment whilst their investigation is still ongoing.

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