Relatives of the boy Sneijder Tenorio, known as “Parker the Wonder”, buried him with an emotional tribute.. A little boy has gone viral online for a video coming out of school in which he struggles to say “We’ll stay here until they come to us.”
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“His family is not in mourning, we are in pain. My son didn’t like sadness. He’s going to rest,” Veronica Quintero, his mother, said at the funeral.
“He said to me: “Mom, devote yourself to my little brothers.” And that’s why I need strength. See you soon,” she added to the audience, who applauded her in memory of the minor.
According to Mrs. Quintero, the child became depressed due to an illness that prevented him from moving normally.
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Tenorio, originally from Ecuador, was diagnosed with polyneuropathy.. According to the United States Library of Medicine, this is a condition that reduces the ability to move and feel.
“Numbness, weakness, difficulty walking, tingling, pain, soreness, and difficulty swallowing are potential symptoms of polyneuropathy,” Nicklaus Children’s Hospital describes.
The medical literature notes that the symptoms of this disease may appear “suddenly” or develop “slowly and become chronic depending on the cause”.
The boy was left in a wheelchair, he also had kidney failure. His mother announced that they needed to conduct specialized tests in another country to determine the treatment.
“These are genetic sequencing studies and here in Ecuador they don’t do that. (…) It is a progressive disease that, if left untreated, can have a greater effect on your immune system,” Quintero said.
According to Merck’s medical manual, treatment aims to “correct the causes whenever possible.” If the causes of the pathology cannot be identified, only disability and pain can be reduced.
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According to Mrs. Quintero for the local newspaper To expresshis 15-year-old son became very ill and committed suicide in the early morning while his family was sleeping.
“He needed a diagnosis to be able to treat his illness. The depression he had was the result of his illness, no one did anything to help him. He has never received treatment that could help him improve his quality of life. Every day he got worse, the pain got stronger. It was painful for him to sit down, eat, he could not stretch his legs,” he said.
Helplines in Colombia
According to the Pan American Health Organization (OPC), more than 703,000 people die each year as a result of a mental illness or crisis.
If you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts or symptoms of depression, such as loss of interest in daily activities, lack of concentration, sleep disturbance or constant fatigue, and feelings of hopelessness about the future, do not hesitate to contact a professional. help. In Colombia, you can call 106 mental health service, which is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you are in Bogotá, you can also WhatsApp 3007548933, which is the District Health Department’s listening and psychological support channel.
Also, here is a list with contact numbers nationwide: https://www.minsalud.gov.co/sites/rid/Lists/BibliotecaDigital/RIDE/VS/PP/ET/directorio-salud-mental-prevencion-suicide- minsalud.pdf
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