Amber Woollard a 23-year-old mother, said her daughter had been drafted for life after she was cut into the face with a scalpel during a Cesarean section. The woman underwent emergency surgery at the University Hospital in Norfolk and Norwich last year. Later he stated that Valenci was born again, was immediately taken away by midwives, who then gave her the terrible news: Her baby was born with facial deformities.
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The doctors had originally determined that the tragic situation had occurred because of the child's abnormal position at the time of delivery. But Amber claims that a midwife and a plastic surgeon later told her that the incision under the child's nose should not have occurred in the uterus. "I consider this a serious case of desertion by the national health system: my child will have scars for the rest of his life, and the incident has destroyed my trust in the service: I no longer trust them," she explained the mother.
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"It's really annoying to see your newborn with facial injuries. I love her and worry about what the future might bring. I'm afraid he might have problems when he goes to school with other kids: people may wonder what's going on with his face, and he's really sad. " Valenci will likely undergo three surgical procedures over the next few years to minimize scarring on the face. Amber however, claims that the scars are still visible. He added that he hopes his story will help to ensure that the same thing happens to other newborns.
In the meantime Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital stated in a note that this was "very unlikely." that everything happened during the caesarean section. A spokesperson said, "We apologize to Mrs. Wollard for failing to live up to her expectations and for the inconvenience this has caused." Our maternity ward is constantly striving to ensure a high standard of care and we take all complaints seriously to find out what lessons can be learned to improve future patient care. "In the meantime, Amber is currently using the crowdfunding website GoFundMe to raise the funds needed for a second expert opinion the national health service anymore.
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