Lancashire, England, 7-year-old boy is struggling to stay alive after a coma for a week of a brain hemorrhage. But surprisingly she awoke from her coma after hearing her mother sing Adele.
Charlotte Neve (7 years) suffered a brain hemorrhage is very rare for her age, her condition was nearly killed him, or leave the disability can not see or speak.
After conducting two surgeries to stop bleeding in his brain, he struggled to live in a coma and doctors told his mother, Leila that he should be ready to say goodbye to his daughter.
When Leila (31 years) entered the treatment room to give a hug last Charlotte for her daughter, she suddenly heard a song Adele ‘Rolling the Deep’ on the radio and he was singing the song.
When the mother is singing this song for his daughter, Charlotte smiled suddenly, this is certainly a surprise for the doctor. Within 2 days, Charlotte, who lived in Trawden, Lancashire started to learn to speak, focusing recognize colors and managed to get up from bed.
“It’s a complete miracle, Charlotte loves Adele and we did used to sing that song together. When he started to smile, this is a reaction the first time since the bleeding, the nurse was surprised and asked me to continue singing and he smiled again,” said Leila , as quoted from Dailymail.
About 2 months later, health officials were baffled by Charlotte because she could learn to walk and talk and partial sight back. Even now he started back to school and dance class.
Charlotte suffered a brain hemorrhage on April 13, 2012 when he was watching a movie at home with his mother and sister. He was immediately rushed to the Leeds hospital and underwent emergency surgery 2 times to preserve his life.
“I knew something was wrong because he does not breathe properly, I turned around and she was cold and his eyes half open, but seems to sleep. I think he’s having a seizure because I immediately call an ambulance,” he said.
Doctors said he suffered a brain hemorrhage caused by birth defects, but unfortunately for 7 years she suffered an aneurysm may never be known. But two days after exposure to brain hemorrhage, Charlotte suffered a series of strokes.
Leila said Charlotte was a brave child, even though the scans showed that he should not be able to walk and talk, but in fact he was able to go back to school and go back to class to learn ballet dancing.
“Music is a big part of his life, he loved music. She loves to sing and dance tunes Adele, Katy Perry and Pink, so it is not surprising that Adele song could wake him up,” said Leila.
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