The Boy Who Never Cried: Autonomic Neuropathy Type IV | Medical Documentary | Reel Truth

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Carson Koult's parents have been worrying about him ever since he was born. He gets spiking fevers and does not respond to pain. He even bites his tongue and tries walking without crying at all. Carson's parents worry that he'd unknowingly get himself hurt, but fortunately, his doctor finds out that Carson has a rare disorder called congenital insensitivity to pain with anhidrosis (CIPA) also known as autonomic neuropathy type IV, in which patients cannot respond to pain or temperature changes. Thirty-two-year-old Martha Emmons has been healthy her whole life until she suddenly goes into a seizure. At first, she isn't worried, but soon, she develops near-fainting episodes that disappear during her pregnancy and return afterwards. Eventually, Martha loses her ability to think straight and actually faints. A doctor finds out that she has swallowing syncope.

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