Ashley Cain's Dying Baby Daughter Azaylia Rushed To Hospital Again After Being Unable To Feed Through Tube
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Eight-month-old Azaylia returned home with parents Ashley and Safiyya Vorajee last week. The Ex On the Beach star has given his followers an update on Azaylia's condition on Instagram and explained she needed an x-ray to see how a new tube could be fitted.
You can see Ashley's emotional update below:
In the video Ashley said: "So we've had to come back to hospital. What we're testing is Azaylia's tube, her NG tube. It's not coming back with the correct PH.
"That means that we can't feed her down the tube, we can't put medication down the tube. So that means that we've got a problem.
"Also, they can't just fit another tube because of her platelet level being so low and her tumours, they don't want her to catch anything on the way down and cause her to bleed out.
"So we're about to come into hospital for an X-Ray now to check if the tube's in the right place and if it's not a clear passage for the new tube because it's urgent that she gets her food and medication. There is no easy day on this journey, trust me."
Azaylia was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called acute myeloid leukaemia at just eight weeks after she born in August last year.
She returned home from hospital for good towards the beginning of April, to be made 'comfortable' in her final days, following the tragic news that her cancer had progressed too much for any more treatment in the UK. Unfortunately Azaylia has gone back and forth between the hospital and home ever since.
Yesterday we reported on some of the landmarks across the world that turned orange to support Azaylia Cain amid her leukaemia battle.
The Blackpool Power, Niagara Falls and Toronto's CN Tower have all been illuminated with the colour orange which represents leukaemia awareness.
Ashley's partner and Azaylia's mother Safiyya posted pictures of the landmarks on her Instagram stories and thanked them for their support.
Thousands of people have called for brave Azaylia to be nominated for a Pride Of Britain award which celebrates and honours the UK's unsung heroes.
We can't think of anyone more deserving. Keep fighting, Azaylia.