A mother announced she was worried that her baby daughter had had life-long scars after she was cut into the face with a scalpel during a Cesarean section. Cesarean section last year after 72 hours of work.
The newborn Valenci was immediately taken away by midwives, who then told her that her baby had been born with facial defects.
Amber announced that the doctors considered it due, but claims that a midwife and a plastic surgeon would later claim that the alleged injury – a cut under the child's nose – could not have occurred in the womb.
23-year-old Amber Woollard from Norwich, Norfolk, underwent a C-section last year after spending 72 man hours with daughter Valenci (shown together).
Valenci Expected to Perform Three Surgeries in the Hospital To minimize scarring on her face, her mother hopes that Amber, who worked as a caregiver prior to her pregnancy, will still be visible to prevent it may happen to others the same thing newborn.
She said, "I consider this a serious case of neglect by the NHS. My beloved daughter has been left scars for the rest of her life.
& # 39; The incident has destroyed my confidence in the NHS, I do not trust them anymore.
Amber worries Valenci may now be in life for life, suffering from injuries sustained during her birth (pictured – the incision under her nose).
Valenci is expected to undergo three surgeries in the coming years to minimize the scars on her face, though she does too then still be visible, so her mother.
When she was born, the doctors said that something had happened in her womb.
] "After talking to other people, I do not think anymore that this happened."
She added, "Seeing her newborn with facial injuries is really annoying."
"I love her no matter what, but I'm worried about what the future holds for her. I'm worried that she might have problems when she goes to school with other children.
"People may ask what's wrong with their face, and that's really sad."
Both mother and daughter had an infection and had to stay in the hospital for five days after giving birth on April 15 last year.
says Amber doctors told her that the 2-inch injury occurred just below Valencis nose because of her positioning already in the womb.
Two days after her stay at Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital, a midwife apparently told the first responder, Zeitmutter, that injuries like Valencis could not have been sustained in the womb.
Amber claims to have learned the same thing since her return from a plastic surgeon – nothing in the womb is sharp enough to tear a child so hard
Valenci has visited an NHS Plastic Surgeon who believes she will require three surgeries in the years to come.
A statement from Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital states that it is "very unlikely" that the injury occurred during the cesarean section.
A spokeswoman said, "We apologize to Mrs. Woollard for not meeting her expectations and." the distress after birth her daughter.
& # 39; The NNUH's Nativity Department endeavors at any time e We take all complaints seriously to find out what lessons can be learned to improve future patient care.  Valenci has visited an NHS Plastic Surgeon who believes she will need three surgeries in the coming years. ” class=”blkBorder img-share” />
] Valenci has visited an NHS plastic surgeon who believes she will need three surgeries in the next few years.
& # 39; We are sorry that her daughter was born with signs of facial trauma, and we explained to Mrs. Woollard why we believe the face. It is very unlikely that the scalpel left marks during the caesarean section.
"We would be happy to talk to Ms. Woollard if she has further questions or concerns."
Amber uses a crowdfunding site GoFundMe is collecting money to pay for a second opinion because she no longer has the NHS familiar.
Here you can donate to the family: https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-valenci-have-a- radiant-confident-future.