THE mother of a toddler born with two bladders has desperately pleaded to help her lead a normal life.
Two-year-old Mia Solomiewicz suffers excruciating pain from her complex medical needs.
Before she was born, several vital organs were located outside of her body.
The little one has an ileostomy, high blood pressure and takes special milk and medication.
And now she is unable to play with other children or attend kindergarten because of her excruciating pain.
Her desperate parents, Kinga Chmielewska and Karol Solomiewicz, launched a fundraiser in May in a desperate attempt to raise money for reverse ostomy surgery in Poland.
The couple, who live in Newton Mearns, East Renfrewshire, say Mia’s ordeal regularly brings them to tears and are urging the public to help.
Mum Kinga, 39, told the Scottish Sun: “She is in so much pain and can’t eat or go to the toilet. We have to feed them with syringes.”
“She’s now infected again and has been on very strong antibiotics for three weeks. Her tummy is so swollen it looks like she’s pregnant.”
“We really want to fly to Poland to have her operated. It’s the only hope she has for a normal life.”
“Right now she can’t do anything that normal kids do. She can’t jump around, she can’t run around too much.”
“She’s afraid to drink anything because it hurts when she pees.
“She lives her whole life between her home and the hospital.
“I’ve taken her to the ER seven times, but they always send us home.”
So far the couple have raised £2,500 off their £16,000 goal and say they will do “anything” to give their child a better life.
Kinga added, “One time we passed a softplay center and she really wanted to go, so we did.”
“But for ten days she was sick because she had exercised too much. It breaks my heart.”
“The surgery would give her an appetite back and hopefully she wouldn’t be in pain.”
“That would mean she could go to kindergarten, which she can’t do at the moment.”
“She is the friendliest little girl and always says hello to other children. She desperately longs for freedom.”
“Every bit of money will help us improve their lives.”
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