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Baby Boy Defies Doctors By Waking From A Five-Day Coma And Smiling At His Father

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Baby Boy Defies Doctors By Waking From A Five-Day Coma And Smiling At His Father

We wish baby Michael a successful surgery!

Amazing moment 10-Month-Old, Michael defied doctors’ predictions by waking up from a 5-day coma and smiling at his father.

Parents, Emma and Stuart Labuschagne, who had earlier believed they would never see their son open his eyes were filled with joy and excitement when he regained consciousness and smiled back at them.

Fortunately, Michael did not suffer brain damage from his cardiac arrest

The tangles of wires and tubes attached to Michael lay bare the seriousness of his cardiac arrest, which professional believed he might not pull through.

But that wasn’t the case for Michael, who suffers from an uncommon heart tumor, unbelievably beats the odds and stirred awake to the surprise of those present around his hospital bed.

Michael Labuschagne was rushed to hospital on March 16 gasping for air during a cardiac arrest – he was just fourteen weeks old

While it’s still evident that Michael’s fight is not over still, his parents are urgently trying to raise £120,000 for his surgery in the United States. The brave toddler had been rushed to hospital on March 16 gasping for air during a cardiac arrest – he was just fourteen weeks old.

His parents are urgently trying to raise £120,000 for his surgery in the United States

Dubbed as Cardiac Fibroma, it can cause Michael’s pulse to race riskily fast and only a handful of patients are estimated to be diagnosed in the United Kingdom

Michael woke up on March 21st as doctors lessen his sedative drugs, he opened his eyes and smiled at Stuart, 28. The scenario hurriedly garnered attention, with reports revealing Michael’s cardiac arrest had been caused by an uncommon heart tumor.

Mrs. Labuschagne, 27, didn’t believe Michael would make it through

‘Words cannot begin to describe the pain we felt at that moment’ Mrs. Labuschagne said while speaking of the night Michael suffered a cardiac arrest

Presently, he is unable to sit up or support his own head.

Dubbed as Cardiac Fibroma, it can cause Michael’s pulse to race riskily fast and only a handful of patients are estimated to be diagnosed in the United Kingdom. While there was the no-lasting solution given on the NHS, Michael’s parents discovered a hospital in Boston, which specializes in removing the tumor.

A GoFundMe account has been opened for Michael’s surgery

Presently, they need £116,000 to get their son cured and perfectly within just 6 months, when Michael’s heart will be the ideal size for operation.

A GoFundMe account has been opened for Michael’s surgery,hence you can donate here.

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