Eight-year-old Carter was diagnosed with a brain tumor when his mother took him to the GP during a lockdown.
In the second week of LockdownHaley Reid’s “Mother Gut” told her that there was nothing wrong with her 8-year-old son.
Carter Clifton wanted to sleep during the day instead of playing outside, and he was drinking too much water.
While Cartier was still in the MRI machine, Reid was informed: he found a mandarin-sized tumor wrapped around the brain stem and arteries.
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He was told he would need several surgeries, which put him at risk for stroke.
She underwent surgery for the first six hours on Tuesday, a week after the MRI. It was a week of “absolute torment,” she said, “to see a boy who looked normal and happy and healthy.” […] It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. “
After the surgery, she grabbed his hand, just wanting to hear his voice.
“He pushed her back and said, ‘Hi Mom.’ It was better just the second day he was born.
Level 4 restrictions make it difficult to adjust to life-changing news.
While Red is in the hospital with Carter, her partner is at home in Hawke with Carter’s twin sister, 12-year-old brother and 18-month-old sister. Unless restrictions are lifted, they will not receive any help from the family.
Despite this, Reid says he is grateful for the lockdown, as seeing Carter at home forced him to go to the doctor.
He saw for the first time that nothing was right 18 months ago. Carter was not growing, while his twins were shooting.
Then came the headache and vomiting, but when the doctor said it was nothing, they took it to the hormonal migraine.
In fact, it was a brain tumor that affected its hormones. It will need hormone balancers and it will need radiation.
He is still in the “danger zone”. He is still unsure how much he will be able to see after the surgery.
“It’s probably going to be a hit and miss next year,” Reid said.
Her best friend – who is also her boss – set up one. Small page To help with expenses such as parking, gasoline, and childcare.
Read, a hairdresser has been receiving wage subsidies during lockouts, but now stays away from work while caring for Cartier.
“Through what has happened in the last two weeks, Cartier has been” very positive and sweet and lovely, “he said.
“He barely cried, he wasn’t scared.”