Shared by Jane Bosman, AIM Director in Kitchener, Ontario.
Our daughter, Lisa, was 20 weeks pregnant when we found out that her baby had a brain cyst. When Meghan was born, she seemed perfectly healthy, and we were all thrilled. But at six months old, Meghan’s right eye continued to cross. In December 2017, an appointment with an optometrist sent our family on a terrifying and prayer-filled journey.
It was determined that Meghan had a detached retina in her right eye and lesions behind both eyes. And the cyst caused a lack of development in the corpus callosum, affecting communication between the left and right side of her brain. Then the infantile spasms began. Thankfully, Meghan responded well to seizure medication.
The eye issues, cyst and spasms were three pieces of a puzzle that confirmed Meghan has an extremely rare genetic disorder: Aicardi syndrome.
In January 2018, Meghan began having aspiration and reflux issues. After being fed, she would arch her back and have screaming fits. She began losing weight. Meghan had bowel movements maybe once a week. We thought a change from liquid to some solid food might help, but it made her choke and turn blue, so Meghan had to be hospitalized for three days.
Two new medications for aspiration and reflux were prescribed for Meghan along with instructions to feed her half mixtures of formula and PediaSure®, which has a lot of sugar. I will never forget the day Lisa added AIM nutrition to the mix after I suggested giving Meghan the Garden Trio. She began to thrive.
Meghan seemed to respond well to the BarleyLife after only a few hours, and she began having regular bowel movements. Within a week, the PediaSure® was removed. Then we added ProPeas so that the formula could also be removed because Lisa continued to breastfeed her. In 10 days, Meghan gained almost 2 pounds.
The doctors and therapists are thrilled with how Meghan’s little body is thriving. She is now able to “army crawl” anywhere she wants to and able to sit up on her own. Her development is symmetrical even though doctors thought she would not have much use of her left side. She is a MIRACLE and such a JOY.
We have trusted God and continue to trust Him with the future of our little Meghan. And we are so thankful for the answers to prayer that we have received and some of those answers have been in the form of the AIM products.
Meghan’s middle name is Victoria, so we have claimed her to be Victorious Meghan. Psalm 32:7 hangs over her head on her crib: For you are my hiding place; you protect me from trouble. You surround me with songs of VICTORY!
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