The major part of the treatment consists in inhalations. A dozen or two every day, and day after day, throughout Nastya's life. This is the only way to get rid of the thick sputum in the lungs and cope with the infections. And breathe. This is what Nastya knows since infancy. Of course, sometimes she protests, tries to outwit the parents or bargains, "Mummy, I'll take the inhaler if you let me watch the cartoons!" But she knows that the treatment is absolutely necessary. She only doesn't know how difficult it is for her mother to find the money for everything. And how terrible it is not to find it...
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CPS is probably the most terrible thing a mother can hear about her child. This means a lifetime limitation. The diagnosis leads to the fact that a child without treatment will not be able to move and serve himself. Unfortunately, such a story happened with Maxym Nosyk. Intrauterine pneumonia, cerebral edema, ischemic lesion of the central nervous system....
Tina was born on the 26th week of pregnancy and weighed only 1,1 kg. The girl was so tiny that her father could hold her in his palms. After her birth, the baby spent 2,5 months in the pathology department of Odessa region children’s clinical hospital. During a long period of time Tina was able to eat only with the help of an enteral feeding tube, and finally, she started to gain weight. Doctors said that things are going not bad. Having gained 2,5 kilos Tina went home for the first time! Her parents were incredibly happy and thought that everything bad was left in the past. Tina grew and developed very fast at home. She held her head, she got on her hands, she was active.
Renata goes to school; she is an interested and responsible pupil of grade 8. She is nearly crying when she has to stay at home and miss school lessons. Renata is 14 and school is her achievement she is proud of. Preterm birth, ICP diagnosis, first mother’s despair is already in the past. Today the girl walks in the school quickly and confidently resting only on her walking stick. She stands against physical education classes canceling, has a lot of friends among her classmates and Jamala as an iconic singer.