Mel B's six-year-old daughter Angel was rushed to hospital yesterday (15.01.14) after she became disorientated and had blood gushing from her nose.
Mel B's daughter was rushed to hospital yesterday (15.01.14).
The former Spice Girl took her six-year-old daughter Angel to the emergency department after she became disorientated and had blood pouring out of her nose.
Speaking on Australia's 2DayFM radio station, she said: ''This morning's been a little bit crazy because my 6-year-old, Angel, was feeling not very well yesterday, dizzy and had her first ever nose bleed so I kept her off school.
''And then this morning, completely disoriented and blood was just funnelling like there was no tomorrow, so I took her to the emergency room.''
The 38-year-old singer - who also has Phoenix, 15, and two-year-old daughter Madison - admits the doctors have run a series of tests on the youngster in order to give a diagnosis, but they are suspecting a heart murmur or an infection.
Mel explained: ''She had blood tears and she's got like a heart murmur thing on, poor little thing. They don't know [what's wrong]. They've done a bunch of blood tests so we're just waiting for that stuff to come back.
''They're thinking it's either like some kind of a heart murmur or vessel infection or sinus infection. A lot is going on!''
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