Ibrahim showed his first symptom when he was 6 months old. His eyes started protruding and his skull was deformed. He underwent several tests and was diagnosed with Craniosynostosis, a birth defect in which one or more of the fibrous joints between the bones of the baby's skull (cranial sutures) close prematurely (fuse), before the baby's brain is fully formed.
Ibrahim has already undergone three operations since he was 11 months old. The child is now facing difficulties in breathing. He cannot breath from his nose and uses his mouth to breathe. He is currently being treated at Child Trust, Nungambkam by Doctor Chidambaram.
Treating Craniosynostosis involves surgery to correct the shape of the head and allow for normal brain growth. Early diagnosis and treatment will allow Ibrahim's brain adequate space to grow and develop.
Your generous support can help their baby. Let not lack of resources turn their parenting experience into a bitter one. Ibrahim deserves a fair chance at life and your help will go a long way in ensuring that happens.
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