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Parents of Scots tot born with two bladders desperately fundraising for life-saving op

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The parents of a Scots toddler born with two bladders and uteri are desperately fundraising for treatment that could be their daughter's 'last chance' at life.

Mia Solomiewicz suffers excruciating pain every single day and has already underwent three surgeries since she was born on December 14, 2020, to try and alleviate problems with her kidney and bowels.

The two-year-old also has ileostomy, high blood pressure and requires specialised milk and medications to keep her alive. She is currently fed through a syringe by her parents Kinga Chmielewska and Karol Solomiewicz, who fear she may not wake up every time they tuck her into bed.

Now, the couple are raising cash to fly to their native Poland and meet one of the country's top doctors, who they hope will be able to save their little girl.Speaking to Glasgow Live, mum Kinga said: "Mia was born with two bladders, two uteri and a stoma.

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