Bethenny Frankel had quite the scare during her ongoing vacation abroad with her daughter when she suffered a "medical emergency" after accidentally eating fish.

The "Real Housewives of New York" alum took to social media Sunday to reveal how her server brought her someone else's order while she was out having dinner with her 11-year-old daughter, Bryn, per ET! Online.

“Last night, my daughter told a server that I am deathly allergic to fish and we ordered off the vegan menu and they accidentally gave us somebody else’s food," Frankel said in a video shared on TikTok. "And we realized too late. It was a crisis. It was a medical emergency, with shots, and [it] traumatized my daughter."

Frankel then took to Twitter and requested those with severe allergies to always keep themselves prepared, according to Page Six.

"If you have severe food allergies, please carry your epi-pen & an antihistamine with you," she tweeted. "Even if you explicitly state a deathly allergy & order something vegan, mistakes can happen."

The 51-year-old then addressed how something this serious could affect someone as young as her daughter.

"Feeling the responsibility of administering the pen & being afraid throughout the night was scary for her," said Frankel of Bryn. "Have a thorough and annoyingly obsessive medical plan before traveling."

"My girl being terrified while I slept was the worst part but she’s learning to be safe & prepared in how to act in a crisis," Frankel added. "Plus I have the platform to remind people to be cautious & have a med plan when traveling. Always have 1 point person’s info that responds at all times."

However, since the scary incident, Frankel is enjoying the rest of her vacation and shared with her fans via Instagram stories that she is "back to activities that understand, that my body understands."

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Bethenny Frankel is pictured during an appearance on "Mornings With Maria" at Fox Business Network Studios on Jan. 9, 2020 in New York City. John Lamparski/Getty Images

Having overcome the crisis situation, Frankel is thinking of raising money to help fund the purchase of EpiPens to those in need of the life-saving injection, she said.

"I keep hearing about how expensive epi-pens are," Frankel tweeted. "I’m going to think about a side charity effort on this topic per Bryn. Militant parents are one thing but kids & teens bear this responsibility & stigma of not being normal & people doubting until something happens."