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£7,208raised of £6,000 target by 128 supporters

    Weʼve raised £7,208 to Help baby Brook keep his mummy and daddy at hospital with him until he can leave after fighting for his life for he's first few weeks

    Hailsham, United Kingdom
    Funded on Thursday, 28th September 2017

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    Brook was born 7 weeks early weighing just 3lb 13oz. He was born with a problem where his food pipe had a hole in and needed an emergency operation to correct this leaving his mummy at Hastings while he was rushed to Brighton hospital with daddy splitting the family. The surgery went well and he was making a speedy recovery and amazing everyone at the hospital how quickly he was getting better. Coming off of his ventilator and responding to treatment. He was then given milk as feeds and seemed to be digesting it well, little did the doctors know it was triggering and metabolic disorder causing him to go down hill very quickly leaving everyone puzzled. Unfortunately he didn't improve and he suffered complete liver failure leading to having High blood pressure and bleeding as hes blood couldn't clot. As a result he was rushed to kings college hospital in London and was told he might not make the trip there. Since then Brook is still fighting, still doing everyone proud and amazing doctors. He will need a liver transplant but that will only be considered if he can stabilise. Due to his liver not working at all he has developed bleeds to his stomach and lungs, he also had high level of ammonia in his blood which can lead to brain damage so doctors done something never done before and put Brook on a dialysis machine to filter the ammonia from his blood. This was a massive risk as his so small and again mum and dad were told to expect the worst. But still this little superhero fights on and still Amazing doctors. He's will to survive and fight is truly Inspiring. I'm raising money so this amazing little boy of 2 weeks can have his mummy and daddy stay with him in london for as long as it takes for him to come closer to home. This little hero deserves them there with him to carry on being as proud as they are of him And to be together as a family




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      • Nikki Morgan

        Nikki Morgan

        Sep 6, 2017

        Lots of love Joy Rogers. One of my clients x x x


      • Anonymous


        Sep 6, 2017

        Jenny from five oaks Audi gave £20 and said stay strong and sends her best wishes x


      • Jay Cotton

        Jay Cotton

        Sep 6, 2017

        Dress Down & Bake for Book


      • Keith Kilgarlin

        Keith Kilgarlin

        Sep 5, 2017

        I'm a friend of your Father and I just saw his post about your son. God willing he will pull through this trial. We are with you on this, keep your chin up.


      • Sarah Lucas

        Sarah Lucas

        Sep 3, 2017

        Keep fighting little man! Xx


      • sharon morgan

        sharon morgan

        Sep 3, 2017

        Best wishes and big hugs. Our thoughts are with you at this very difficult time. Lots of love Terry and Sharon Morgan (Scotts Mum and Dad)xxxx


      • Stacey Woodland

        Stacey Woodland

        Sep 3, 2017

        Can't wait to meet you baby Brook. 💙 We love you all lots and lots. Love Alfie & Charlie Sheehan xxx


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