Ashley Cain was left heartbroken after his baby daughter Azaylia suffered an unfortunate setback in her ongoing battle with leukaemia.
The former Ex On The Beach star, 30, has been dealt yet another blow amid his little girl’s sickness as he told fans that doctors are doing everything they can to stop her cancer from reaching her brain.
Ashley – who has been keeping his fans updated on his baby’s devastating condition – said medics discovered the disease is forming in her cerebrospinal fluid which could make its way to an organ.
“This now means that Azaylia will now have to have another form of chemotherapy intrathecally, through the spinal tap to attack the leukaemia and protect her brain,” he wrote on social media.
“This means today she will be having a CT scan on her head to make sure we can go through with this intrathecal procedure tomorrow,” he added.
The horrific battle has put his family through the worst of times as they are running on no sleep.
“With 3 hours sleep in 2 days, the reality is that, there are no days off on this journey, no time out periods and no single second without worry or fear,” he went on.
“If you asked me a year ago, I would’ve never imagined how strong I could or would have to be. That being said, you never really know how strong you are, until being strong is your only option.”
It comes as generous celebrities including Molly-Mae Hague and Kate Ferdinand, and their loyal fans alike donated more than one million pounds to pay for Azaylia to have specialist treatment in Singapore.
The reality star and his girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee plan to make the trip to Singapore for their daughter’s treatment for a rare, aggressive form of cancer known as acute myeloid leukaemia.
Reflecting on the day in the UK ahead of their trip, mum Safiyya said her seven-month-old daughter was in “a lot of pain” after a “tough” time at the hospital.
She wrote: “What a tough day she’s had, bless her. She’s been in a lot of pain today.”
Doctors in the UK were preparing for hospital in Singapore for Azaylia by getting and sending out samples of her blood.
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