Parents spot an odd detail about daughter’s smile before she’s rushed into surgery. Immediately ask any parent and they’ll tell you that o...

@@ Parents Spot An Odd Detail About Daughter’s Smile Before She’s Rushed Into Surgery Immediately @@ Parents Spot An Odd Detail About Daughter’s Smile Before She’s Rushed Into Surgery Immediately

@@ Parents Spot An Odd Detail About Daughter’s Smile Before She’s Rushed Into Surgery Immediately

@@ Parents Spot An Odd Detail About Daughter’s Smile Before She’s Rushed Into Surgery Immediately

 

Parents spot an odd detail about daughter’s smile before she’s rushed into surgery. Immediately ask any parent and they’ll tell you that one of the most precious sights in the world is seeing their child smile. But what happens when, instead of bringing happiness, a child out smile causes fear and panic for everyone in the room. Meghan Evans was a normal seven year old girl to parents Jason Evans and Charlene McCann, described as a wee diva by her mother, Meghan was a lover of gymnastics, cheerleading in the dramatic arts.

But during a children’s Halloween party in 2017, Meghan and her parent’s lives were turned upside down.

Now, back to the story. As Meghan was enjoying the festivities with her friends, her parents noticed something strange about their little girl. According to Jason, Meghan’s smile had gone completely crooked. They rushed her to the hospital.

Little Meghan was diagnosed with a tangerine sized brain tumor

which has nearly blinded her. The brave youngster subsequently underwent a twelve hour operation in a bid to remove the mass in her hand. Now four months on, she’s fighting back from the tumor, the Daily Record Report reports. However, she’s been left with just 3% vision and has to use a white stick to walk. Meghan has now started learning Braille, her dad, Jason said.

So she has had to take in an awful lot in a damned we’re so proud of her because of the way she has reacted. It is thought that her parents quick action saved her life. The little girl who had been enjoying a Halloween night with family and friends when her symptoms became apparent, underwent the operation on her brain in November. Last year, surgeons at Glasgow’s Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Scotland managed to remove the tumor, but the youngster lives in Glasgow has been left with significantly affected vision.

Despite this, she has bravely faced up to the condition, which her parents say can be improved, although the restorative surgery is not available in the UK.

Last month, her family set up a Facebook page to raise cash for the surgery to take place in Berlin

Germany. Around 30% of the £5000 needed has since been raised, Jason said. Meghan is really bravely adapted to this. In fact, she’s adapted better than her parents have. We’re very grateful to the people who have donated and we along with Meghan, want to raise awareness of what can happen very suddenly.

Recalling his daughter’s symptoms, he added, It happened very suddenly. It was Halloween. I noticed that her smile was a bit different. There was something just not quite right. Charlene and I decided to take her to hospital.

We were told that the symptoms pointed to a brain tumor. We feared the worst, he added that he and Charlene were later told the tumor was the size of a tangerine. Meghan went through 12 hours of an operation and once she came out the other side, she was not speaking. Finally, she did begin to speak, but it was like baby talk, he said. Then thankfully she started to talk normally.

Again. A post on the Facebook page reads

Hi, my name is Meghan Evans and I live in Glasgow, Scotland, on the 31st October 2017. Like all other children, I was enjoying Halloween with my family. Then the next day on the 1 November 2017, my life changed dramatically. I was rushed to hospital and diagnosed with a brain tumor and had to go through a grueling twelve hour operation to try and remove it.

Since the operation, my vision has been significantly affected and I’m now using a cane to move around. I’m finding the changes in my life really hard to adapt to and I’m hoping with all your help, I can raise some funding to travel to Berlin to see Dr. Federov and his team at the center for Vision Restoration. Dr. Federov and his unique team have a course of therapeutic electrical stimulation.

Medical Team Performing Surgical Operation in Modern Operating Room

This treatment has worked on several people from all ages to restore their vision from 5% to 100%. This treatment is not available in the UK, so I’m asking everyone if they’d be so kind in helping me get to Berlin to have a course of treatment as it’s really expensive. With courses starting at four £500, my family can’t manage on their own and we would all be very grateful as it could help to change my life for the better. Thank you so much for any support or donations.

I’d also like to help raise awareness and support Brain Tumor Awareness Week, 21st October 2018 to 28 October 2018.

Dr. Anton Federhoff is founder and head of the center for Vision Restoration in Berlin. He’s described as an expert in neurophylmology, neurology and rehabilitation because of the part of the brain where Megan’s benign tumor was located. Jason believes the prognosis for his daughter’s encouraging. He told The Daily Record that based on this, there’s a good chance of the Berlin clinic being able to restore vision and that is what we’re hoping for, he added.

Meghan’s Garnet Bank primary has been excellent. They’ve provided a cane for her and lines in the playground, which she can make out, which helps her a lot.

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