I am glad that now we are growing up our
son as the most ordinary boy.
When Alidar was only 24 hours old, my husband was informed of the suspected presence of Down syndrome, that needed a genetics examination. I refused to believe, but the test results confirmed the diagnosis. It was terrible. We had no idea what to do.
On the twentieth day we were informed about cardiac anomaly. On the advice of friends, we chose a clinic in India. After we realized that we were wrong.
The surgeon was with bad reputation.
I remember the language barrier, poor conditions, comments from medical staff that there are few chances for recovery, convulsions as a result of incorrect translation of doctor's appointments.
Correction on heart we have had with the other surgeon. I will never forget my son's eyes on the day after the second surgery. Between interventions he didn't want to eat, he didn't feel the taste. Now He is a little gourmet.
We overcome. Despite Alidar is taking medicine that slows his development. I am glad that now we are growing up our son as the most ordinary boy.