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Hollyoaks' Ali Bastian on daughter's 'terrifying' hospital dash: 'She went blue and floppy'

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As she looked at her daughter Isla’s eczema covered skin and saw her discomfort, doting mum Ali Bastian knew that something wasn’t quite right.

Despite Covid-19 restrictions stopping her from seeking reassurance from other parents, the former Hollyoaks star’s maternal instincts kicked in and she knew that something needed to be done. “Isla had severe eczema at eight weeks and was covered head to toe.

She was a very colicky, uncomfortable, baby. I was just like, ‘what's happening to my child?’,” she tells OK!. “But when the eczema really took flight, I knew that something wasn't right.

I had a Zoom dermatologist appointment and looking at her on Zoom, he said ‘I think this is an early indicator of food allergies that you should go and see an allergist.’” As a result, when Isla was just four months old, the little one underwent tests which showed that she was positively allergic to peanuts, milk and egg.

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