Jane Seymour, who plays Dr. Quinn, needs your prayers.

Jane Seymore, a 70-year-old actress best known for portraying “Solitaire” in the James Bond film “Live and Let Die,” “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,” and numerous other roles in films and television, recently discussed her experience with anaphylaxis, which almost claimed her life.

The actress, who appears on the Irish Public Television program “The Meaning of Life,” was questioned by host Joe Duffy.

Were you about to pass away, or did you actually pass away? questioned Duffy.

But, according to the doctors, I did die, Seymour countered, “I was killed.”

I was portraying Maria Callas in a film about [Aristotle] Onasis, she recalled. I was in Madrid, Spain, at the time. I informed production that Saturday that I was seriously ill. I think I need to see a doctor.

The doctor showed up. He said that she needs to rest for two weeks. No, we need her Monday, they responded. Then they decided to give me an antibiotic injection.

They went away, and the male nurse arrived to carry it out. I immediately sensed a problem after he injected me. An anaphylactic shock struck me.

In essence, I recall that my heart started beating tremendously swiftly before stopping. Silent.

There had previously been “something’s wrong, something’s wrong,” she says, “and suddenly there was tranquility.” the most amazing serenity, comparable to that of intense meditation.

“There was a white light. That’s extremely interesting, I thought, wow. For some reason, I suddenly realized I was staring down at myself. And I merely pleaded with them, begging, “Anything, anything,” for them to let me return to my body. I want to raise my children. That was all I could think of.

The manner in which Ms. Seymour was later revived was not disclosed.

As it did in Ms. Seymour’s case, anaphylaxis is a potentially lethal reaction to food, insect venom, or environmental stimuli that can occur at any time and without warning.

Symptoms of anaphylaxis include

Skin responses might include flushed or pale skin, hives, itching, and more;
Low blood pressure (hypotension); constricted airways and swelling of the tongue or throat, which can cause wheezing and breathing problems; a quick, weak pulse; lightheadedness or fainting; and nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
The only treatment that can halt and reverse anaphylaxis’ progression is epinephrine.

If you have food or other chemical allergies, you should always carry two epinephrine auto-injectors with you wherever you go. You need two because one dose might not be sufficient to halt the progression of anaphylaxis, the device might malfunction, or you might use it incorrectly.

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