Real miracles happen from time to time.
A remarkable case is the case of a young British woman named Evie-May Gerts, who suddenly became blind.
Initially, Evie had cold symptoms, then her eyes became unusually red and swollen.
His mother, Amy, took him to a medical center, where specialists told him the terrible news. her child’s eyes had stopped responding to light and could no longer see.
During the dilation, Evie’s head was swollen due to hydrocephalus (fluid on the brain). And since then, experts have warned Gertner’s life partners that their child will never be able to see, speak or walk.
But the girl’s mother had no intention of giving up and turned to a neurosurgeon for help, who shockingly confirmed the conclusion and predictions of the ancient doctors.
Either way, determined Amy didn’t stop there. He had to undergo surgery to insert a shunt to divert fluid from Evie’s brain to her bladder.
Due to the heavy weight of the brain, the young woman could be infected, but luckily the operation was successful.
To the surprise of experts, Evie-Mae fully recovered from the shunt within a year.
At first, the place returned to the child, at which point he began to walk, then spoke.
But soon the brain aches returned and everyone began to fear the worst.
When doctors checked the shunt to make sure it wasn’t suspicious, the hydrocephalus was all but gone. It was the shunt that caused the pain. It was therefore deleted.
Evie-May is acting strange now. He is living the life of a perfectly normal, healthy child. He sees and learns better than all his classmates.
“Now Evie lives without a shunt. He can see, speak, walk and learn before his age. Experts can’t figure out why he got better. But the most important thing is that it happened. She can be a bright and exceptionally brave little girl. Amy Geerts said: