Parents delight after baby born with half a heart finally allowed to come home



A baby boy from Grimsby who was born with only half a heart has finally been able to go home to his family after surviving open-heart surgery at just four days old.
Reggie Aslin was born with the rare defect, hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS), which meant that half of his heart did not properly form.
His parents Lee and Michelle, 35 and 34, were given the devastating news at their 20-week scan.
Doctors gave Reggie a 50 per cent chance of survival and said three major operations would be needed on his heart. He also said that Reggie would be unlikely to live beyond his teens.
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16 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 25
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