"The boy has enlarged ventricles in his brain," Matvii’s mother heard the news the day before giving birth. The boy was born, but immediately became ill with jaundice. Doctors began to treat Matthew, but found another dezize –dysplasia of the hip and hip joints. Mom heard this new message. 2 months in stirrups helped the boy hold his head independently, and his parents thought that all the bad things had ended, but they were wrong.
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This story is about how a seemingly insignificant lower back pain, and low temperature were the cause of the failure of the legs of the young Oksana, mother of a 4-year-old daughter. It all started in February 2018. "Cold", thought Oksana, when he felt pain in the back, and the thermometer was a little above 37. But in the morning it became clear: it's not exactly cold. Next was the hospital, tests and medical consultations, and... numbness in the legs. However, nobody could determine the cause of this condition women.
The kid in the photo, Nikita. He was born in the set time frame and very well developed. When the boy was 7 months, he already walked at the pylon and repeating the animal sounds. But parents' happiness was short-lived: as early as 11 months in one day viral encephalitis ruthlessly paralyzed by spasticity little body then still active Nikita. The doctors shrugged, not making any predictions. The encephalitis had left the terrible consequences with which the boy struggles now.
Dear donors! You already know Lerochka Budiachenko. The girl had heart problems almost from birth. Her heart was constantly growing, losing its elasticity, and could not cope with its function. It was a threat to her life. When Lera was 11 years old, the pills were no longer helping her. She needed a heart transplant. So, on March 31, 2018, Lera underwent a heart transplant operation in India, funded by the Ministry of Public Health.