Parents Kiss Baby Goodbye And Turned Off Her Life Support But They Had No Idea Of This Miracle On The Way!
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Francesca and Lee Moore-Williams, 41 and 44, cried as they held Bella’s hand and took one final photograph before her ventilator was switched off.
Bella was diagnosed with biotinidase deficiency – an inherited condition that affects one in every 60,000 births, as reported in the video.
The condition occurs when the body does not appropriately recycle biotin – a member of the B vitamin family that is important in cell growth, nervous system development, blood sugar stability, and hair, skin and liver health.
Many people boost their intake of biotin to keep their hair and nails strong and their1 complexions glowing.
In fact, children with partial biotinidase deficiency often suffer from skin conditions, like eczema.
Bella’s lack of biotin resulted in her hair falling out as her first symptom of the disorder. Long-term lack of biotin causes an increased risk of more significant health problems – as Bella experienced.
The couple even signed a Do Not Resuscitate form meaning no special measures would be taken to keep her alive.
But just 30 minutes after their heartbreaking goodbye the 18-month-old tot, who doctors had given up for dead, began kicking and screaming.
Just moments after they kissed little Bella goodbye and shut off her life support, she made a miraculous full