Monica was born hypoplastic left-heart syndrome, meaning she essentially had half a heart as the left side of her heart was severely underdevelop and did not work.
The life-threatening condition was detected during Monica's 20-week scan and doctors also discovered she had an "intact septum' meaning the top two chambers of her heart were fully closed.
when she was born weighing 7lbs 5oz on april 16th this year by Caesarean section, Mrs S, 31, and husband, 36, a process operator at a factory, only managed to get a quick glimpse of their daughter before she was whisked away immediately for surgery.
Dr Asif Hasan performed the delicate operation on Monica, whose heart was the size of a walnut, in an open heart procedure known as an atrial septostomy.
The top two chambers of her tiny heart were cut open and operation enabled her to survive long enough to have her next seven-hour long open heart procedure at ten days old
We did everything we could including taking a loan and we like to fundraise for her and our recovery.
Please help us if you can and any amount is accepted, it wasn't god's plan for this to happen and which is why we can improve and save her.