Ashley Cain's girlfriend Safiyya posts sweet video of sleeping Azaylia holding her teddy in baby's emotional final days

ASHLEY Cain's girlfriend Safiyya posts sweet video of sleeping Azaylia holding her teddy in baby's emotional final days

Azaylia's leukaemia can no longer be treated in hospital and her parents have taken her home to live out her final days with them.

Safiyya, 34, watched her daughter sleeping last night as she held her teddy for comfort.

She wrote over her video: "As she sleeps she holds her teddy" alongside a golden heart.

Though she has been spending her final days at home, Azaylia's parents have sought the best care for her to avoid horrific side effects of her illness.

Ashley shared his pain after baby Azaylia suffered seizures and stopped breathing on Wednesday night, telling followers: "There's a lot you wouldn't want to see".

Earlier this week, Azaylia was rushed to hospital for a blood transfusion, with worried Safiyya revealing that the brave fighter was in danger of "bleeding out".

Her terrified dad then revealed Azaylia had been rushed to hospital again because her feeding tube was failing to give critical medication.

The 30-year-old star gave a new update yesterday after completing a 5k run, admitting that he needed to get out for his mental health.

After the devoted parents rushed Azaylia to hospital for an "urgent" x-ray, Ashley said her temperature skyrocketed – and she stopped breathing after suffering a seizure.


He explained: "Yesterday we got into hospital, got our platelets done and managed to sort her NG tube out, thankfully. Then just as we were getting back into the car she had a spike in temperature and a seizure, her eyes were rolling, she was hot, she wasn't breathing.

"We had to get her on the oxygen straight away – she settled then when we got home it happened again and we ended up having a nurse from the palliative care team at our house until 1am."

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ASHLEY Cain has shared his pain after baby Azaylia suffered seizures and stopped breathing last night, telling followers: "There's a lot you wouldn't want to see".

The 30-year-old star gave the update after completing a 5k run today, admitting that he needed to get out for his mental health.

Last night was particularly stressful for the former footballer and his girlfriend Safiyya, with the devoted parents rushing Azaylia to hospital for an "urgent" x-ray after struggling to give her medication through her feeding tube.

And today, Ashley revealed that as they left the hospital her temperature skyrocketed – and she stopped breathing after suffering a seizure.

He explained: "Yesterday we got into hospital, got our platelets done and managed to sort her NG tube out, thankfully. Then just as we were getting back into the car she had a spike in temperature and a seizure, her eyes were rolling, she was hot, she wasn't breathing.

"We had to get her on the oxygen straight away – she settled then when we got home it happened again and we ended up having a nurse from the palliative care team at our house until 1am."

The brave dad went on: "It's difficult, man – there's a lot you don't see, there's a lot you wouldn't want to see. It's 24 hours a day, seven days a week with no breaks, but it's all worth it because guess what? She woke up again this morning.

"All the hard work we're putting in now, it's worth it in the end to get that little smile, her eyes opening – it's amazing."

It has been three weeks since Ashley and Safiyya were warned that Azaylia could just have days left to live as they ran out of options to treat her leukaemia.

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