If you happen to have a runny nose right now (and lots of you most likely do, since, 'tis the season and all), this post might scare you. Just a teensy weensy bit. NOT because you're in any real danger. So relax! What happened to 35-year-old mom Aundrea Aragon of Tuscon, Arizona, only happens to 1 in 100,000 people. Okay? So you almost definitely have absolutely nothing to worry about. We're talking RARE.
That's the problem, unfortunately. Aragon's condition was so rare, none of the doctors she went to see even considered it to be a possibility. See, Aragon had a runny nose. A really, really, really runny nose. For over 4 months, copious amounts of a "clear, tasteless fluid leaked out of Aundrea Aragon's nose whenever she bent over." Yuck! The first doctor she saw blamed allergies. So did the second. So did every other doctor she consulted. Aragon knew deep down they were wrong.