Her life was in hot water.
Taylor Bryant believed a whirlpool trip to the home of Dolly Parton would bring back memories of whirlpools and hikes – instead she had a life-threatening skin condition that left her almost rotten.
"Our first family vacation – what a Happiness is that? "Says the 26-year-old mother of two children from Indianapolis, Indiana, WISH-TV News 8.
Within days of Bryant's March, she felt uncomfortable. The pain in her leg quickly became unbearable and soon Bryant had trouble walking. A local emergency clinic prescribed a 10-day antibiotic course to treat the mysteriously inflamed limb – but her condition continued to worsen.
"I would say [the pain was] is worse than contractions," she says. "I do not know what could be worse."
Her leg was swollen and blistered ̵
] An infectious disease specialist said amputation was an option – but after two weeks of iv antibiotics, she was able to fend off the infection. She goes back, but still gets emotional when she remembers the pain of the experience.
"At first, I was grateful I had a leg," Bryant says of the ordeal, "but even more, thankful that I'm alive."  Folliculitis is so prevalent in bubbling, heated pools, According to the Mayo Clinic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention call them "hot tub rash" or infection of hair follicles characterized by petted pimples.
Bryant According to her expert, frequent caregiving is intended to pave the way into your body: "When you shave your legs, you break your skin, leaving areas on your legs open."
Protecting your life and limb Experts recommend removing bathing suits and showers shortly after soaking.