In the United Kingdom, a baby boy was given the name Noah Wall nine years ago.
Not just the medical staff but all of Britain was taken aback by the manner in which he was born.
The baby boy was born with a very underdeveloped brain.
At first, the physicians suggested that the parents have the pregnancy terminated, but the parents declined.
“I believe that if younger individuals had been given access to this choice, they would not have been able to withstand the pressure and would have terminated the pregnancy.
Because we were already parents with years of experience, we were able to make decisions independently.
Before Noah came into the household, there were already two girls who had reached adulthood.
After delivery, the kid was given a diagnosis of spina bifida; doctors determined that he nearly entirely lacked a brain and only had 2% of the brain volume that is considered normal.
More recently, Noah and his parents made an appearance on the British morning television program Good Morning Britain, where the host referred to the child as a genuine miracle.
After all, the little child is now quite active; he communicates well, studies hard, is learning to read and count, and is even taking up surfing lessons.
Research has showed that over the first nine years of a child’s life, its brain size grows by an incredible 80%!
To put it another way, it seems that the infant’s brain “developed” against all odds against it.
According to the British newspaper Good Morning Britain, recent scans have shown that the patient’s brain is now virtually completely working, something the medical professionals had not anticipated.
It has been theorized by some medical professionals that the boy’s brain was “squeezed” and ultimately started to assume its proper position, although Noah’s parents are quite doubtful about this version of events.
On Good Morning Britain, Noah’s father made the comment that “if his brain was clamped, our kid would undoubtedly have major mental health issues,” yet as you can see, this is not the case. “If his brain was clamped,”
despite the fact that the youngster has a delay in his growth.
Noah is leading an active life and making steady progress in his recovery; he recently made an appearance on a British television show.