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April 11th 2017 was the last time I saw my baby laughing, eating breakfast, hearing him call me mummy. That day my life stopped, & a part of me died.
It was around 11am when I got the call at work... telling me my son had drowned. I drove through red lights & speeded across mountains to get to the hospital. That's where my life turned upside down. When I saw Enis for the first time, laying in a bed hooked upto wires, my heart stopped. I might have been breathing but I was dying. Enis then got flown to Isparta a 5 hour drive from where we live & I don't even remember driving those 5 hours to get to him.
The next day is where time stood still. My hopes & prayers were destroyed when I was told Enis was brain dead & did I want to give away his organs. The following day Enis' EEG showed very slight brain waves (since then every EEG test has shown a slight improvement).
I was hell bent on taking Enis to the UK as we couldn't do hyperbaric oxygen treatment in Turkey & it can be a game changer for anoxic brain injuries. Then when we were ready to leave came the news that the London hospital would pull the plug on Enis & murder him. 5 weeks after his accident. Every hope I had was shattered, when I say I was floored I literally was.
My biggest strength throughout all of this has come from Enis. It can be difficult to look beyond the wires & the tubes, but as I looked into Enis eyes, I saw them sparkling back, I knew then that faith & love can conquer fear, that courage can rise from the darkest of places, I know thus far Enis is my miraculous Wonderchild.
This has been the most traumatic, lonely, scary year of my life but throughout I have had some wonderful support from family, friends & strangers! Without this maybe I would not have beaten down so many doors to help Enis.
Enis is still classed as in a 'Vegetative State' as he can not make purposeful movements, and is still ventilator dependent. Our only hope for Enis to improve at this particular time is to have Stem Cell Therapy. To help anoxic brain injurıes there have been great results in China, Mexico, USA, Germany & Sweden mainly. There was a boy last year in Turkey who had a very similar brain injury as Enis does and like Enis the prognosis was not good. Fortunately he found a top Professor Doctor in Liv Hospital in Istanbul and is now walking and talking. The same professor will also treat Enis and inject Enis' Stem Cells from his hips into his spinal cord which will then travel up to his brain. The greatest benefit other anoxic brain injured children have seen from stem cells is improvement in motor skills, muscle strength, tone, spasticity, coordination, vision and laughter (What I would do to hear my baby laugh again!)
Once we complete all 6 Stem Cell Treatments and Enis is off his ventilator we plan on going back to the UK. In Turkey we do not have the facilities Enis needs and we do not get any help from the government. But I will not risk it until Enis is off his life support as I could not live through what Charlie Gards or Alfie Evans parents went through.
All I can ask of anyone reading this is please share this page and if possible donate, this treatment is about giving Enis back a quality of life.
Thank you to everyone who has supported us throughout this journey, I can't tell you how much it means to Enis and I.
Please follow Enis' facebook page for updates on his progress, Enis The Wonderchild
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Aug 12, 2018
Aug 12, 2018
Sending love support and prayers and hugs and kisses to you enis.💙🙏🏽💙🙏🏽
Aug 11, 2018
Aug 10, 2018
May Allah give Enis good health soon 🙏
Aug 9, 2018
Best of luck little man! X
Aug 9, 2018
Hope you get better soon dear Enis 💕
Aug 9, 2018
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