Moreover, those symptoms didn’t, at first, suggest anything particularly harmful. Indeed, Brady’s doctor diagnosed the young boy with a stomach flu. Soon enough, though, it became clear that this was something more than gastroenteritis.
Four days after this diagnosis, Brady’s condition still hadn’t improved. Any parent would, naturally, be panicking at this point. Accordingly, his mom rushed him to the Children’s Hospital at the OU Medical Center.
It was there that Brady underwent an X-ray on his stomach, after pediatric gastroenterologist Dr. John Grunow decided a closer look was necessary. And he wasn’t wrong: the scans showed something unbelievable sitting in the boy’s stomach.