A Texas woman decided to give her baby two weeks before so her husband could meet her daughter before she died. The closer the expected date of birth, the more anxious the parents are to meet the newborn. We count the days, we spend time preparing for our new family and welcome the new life that will make our home a paradise on earth. Each new baby of our family is a real blessing and every day she counts, but the more we approach to be born, the better.
While the birth of a baby is a cheerful event for most families, it can also be a heartbreaking experience for some. Diane Aulger of Colony, Texas, gave birth to her first child two weeks before to know the birth mark of her husband.
In April of last year, she diagnosed intestine cancer at the age of 52 and after an operation to eliminate cancer, doctors gave her chemotherapy with caution, which severely damaged her lungs.
He developed respiratory problems in November and was admitted to the hospital in January, but then learned that the chemotherapy she had given him had led to pulmonary fibrosis. Pulmonary fibrosis is a lung disease in which lung tissue is thick and hardens due to damage or scars and can cause serious respiratory problems.
In most cases, symptoms are treated with medications and therapy, but damage is incurable. The negative effects of chemotherapy are often due to the fact that the treatment affects not only the lungs but also the liver, kidneys and other organs of the body.
This often leads to the loss of blood flow to the liver, the kidneys and other organs of the body. Although the side effects vary according to the type of chemotherapy, there is a good possibility that the patient suffers nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, and even death.
When Diane Aulger prepared to give birth to her fifth son, Mark’s condition began to deteriorate rapidly. At first, the family was optimistic that Mark would recover, but unfortunately reality was far from the truth. They told him that his condition was not improving and that he only had five or six days to live.
The friendly hospital staff made sure the Aulgers share a large birth room and their beds were next to each other. Diane explained that the baby would be born on January 29 and had to be born on February 18. They had planned a natural birth, but when doctors suggested other options, they agreed. Her last desire was to see her newborn before she died, so she accepted a two -week delivery two -week delivery.
On January 21, he fell into a coma and died two days later, but he felt that he could be retained and felt again the next day. After her birth, Mark was allowed to hold her girl called Savannah for 45 minutes and held her for him for the rest of her life.
Diane said she brought her newborn daughter from her to a coma’s house before he died and that she was next to her. Since her death, Aulger’s house has been bombarded with gifts, and she and Savannah survive.
Friends, family and even complete strangers have donated food, clothing, diapers and effective to support the single single mother. When a California businessman learned about the story, he donated money so that Diane could buy a minivan. Diane Aulger said: ‘I am very happy to know that there are so many concerns for me.
The family is doing everything possible to keep Mark’s memory alive, with Diane saying: ‘I plan to take photos of the children with their fun dad in all my house and talk about him all the time. I know he was a father for all of us and I am very proud of him for his hard work and commitment to his family.