Parents who thought their child was happy because he was 'giggled' for up to 17 hours a day he was actually a rare brain tumour.
Gemma and Ed Young noticed that their son Jack started making chuckling sounds
When the infant continues to make the noises they eventually sought medical advice
That's when doctors discovered that the laughing fits were triggered by a hypothalamic hamartoma, a type of brain tumors that causes epileptic seizures.
With the diagnosis in place, doctors had to wait until the toothbrush was removed.
You can find out what happened next in the video above