Even birthmarks must be seen first from the development of these birthmarks. A reddish birthmark usually occurs due to the birth canal. Although most birthmarks are not dangerous, they are different if they develop so that they can grow bigger in parts of the child’s body.
A birthmark owned by a Wiltshire, England child where a small heart-shaped lump almost covers the right eye. Unexpectedly, if the lump can grow into a tumor source. So that surgery must be done to remove the birthmark which is now disturbing his eyes.
Colby Ramos-Francis is the name of a child who was born with a birthmark called a hemangioma. The complications that occur from this birthmark are that it can prevent the child from seeing, breathing, hearing or eating according to the birthmark.
Hemangiomas tend to occur more frequently in girls than boys. In fact, most are quite striking in the eye. In fact, these birthmarks tend to grow faster and develop within a year.
The birthmark owned by Colby’s child is more like swelling along the blood vessels so that it is initially suspected of having a benign tumor but gradually it causes pain in the area that is unbearable and can even bleed when touched or touched.
Aimee, Colby’s mother, never thought that the birthmark on the top of her son’s eyelids would enlarge so quickly. Even doctors met just to give medication to Colby. Several oral medications or pills in the form of an ointment have been applied to Colby. However the best solution for Colby would be to perform surgery.
Jamie, Colby’s father has proposed to immediately perform surgery to the National Health Service (NHS), but the team of doctors there admits that they have never treated such a tumor. This is what underlies the husband and wife couple, Aimee and Jamie seeking assistance abroad and the Little Baby Face Foundation (LBFF) responded to the foundation through the Facebook social network.
A foundation that focuses on dealing with bad birthmarks and also children with facial disabilities. Without waiting long, Colby underwent surgery to remove the tumor in New York. The operation that lasted three hours was declared a success.
Even the mother, Aimee, was very happy to see that her son was now normal. Now they are grateful that their 17 month old son can smile and grow normally with the disappearance of the lump above his eye.
Although they were disappointed with the first hospital so that their son had to be flown to New York to get the treatment, Colby’s parents felt grateful for LBFF for providing the funds, of course Colby’s parents could not necessarily afford it. Colby’s parents even expressed their gratitude directly through Aimee’s mother, who said that she felt they were not enough to explain their gratitude to those who had helped her.