J AL7 said:
This is not caused by the water, what happens is the skull doesn't close as it should towards the end of the first trimester. this allows spinal fluid to seep in thus causing the abnormality that you see. the little girl is blind, I know that for sure. The hydroencepholcele doesn't allow the eyes to fully develope. A shunt would drain off the fluid and improve her quality of life. To be honest im surprised she is still alive, life expectancy is very short for that defect.
And no parent is gonna put their child down like some dog. You love them to death and show them as much as you can so they can know you love them unconditionally! I know this for a fact.
My son was born with the same condition but he had a mild case, he almost made to his 2nd birthday before a seizure took him and he was called home. That's him in my Avy.
I feel for that family, at least I had the luxuries of American Medicine, so my son had the best care possible.
I'm sorry about your loss man nobody deserves that
But it is fu*ked up how far behind India's health care is in alot of areas. I know this dude whose cousin lived in India and passed away because they didn't figure out something as simple as her appendix had burst when if you go to the ER here that is one of the first things they ask if you've got stomach pains
Someone should start a fund for this girl man I'd donate