A new dawn for Edith
Jonathan Mbiriyamveka Lifestyle Writer She inexplicably cheated death and was left with a broken heart and deformed face. Doctors had to perform a complex asymmetrical surgery to fix her face. Today, she suffers momentary blackouts and seizures.“There were three of us travelling in a car when an oncoming truck encroached into our lane while overtaking another and rammed into us.
“At the time of the accident I was not aware that I was only few weeks pregnant with my second child. I went into a coma shortly after the accident and perhaps that gave me the reason to live.
I could not feel any pain since I had an overdose and only God was in control. However, the question I would ask was this child going to be normal or not,” she said.
Incredibly enough, she had a speedy recovery and when she discovered about the pregnancy she was over the moon.“My goodness, I never realised that I was carrying a baby and perhaps that is why I survived the horror crash. However, healing is a process and up until now I suffer from blackouts and seizures.
Whenever I fall pregnant I experience breathing problems and low blood levels,” she said.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The Herald