Daynah and twin brother Emo 5/2017

Daynah Hogate

First post: May 10, 2017 Latest post: Jan 6, 2018
Welcome to Daynah's Story.  We will use this sight to update you on Daynah. Please feel free to show your support on this sight.  Your prayers have got us to today, day 5. This will be a very long journey, with an unknown outcome. So, thank you for all your love and support  as it is desperately needed.  Below is a summary of what has transpired since Daynah's story began. 

On Saturday, May 6, 2017, Daynah was with her Girl Scout Troop at a Jump Rope event. Daynah complained of an excruciating headache that came on instantly.  Daynah's Girl Scout Leader phoned Morgan and Mike.  Morgan was trying to talk with Daynah when she began vomiting. While Mike was on his way to Clairemont to get Daynah he was notified 911 was called as Daynah was seizuring.  Truly a blessing Daynah was so close to Children's Hospital where she was transported. Daynah had suffered an aneurysm which was later discovered to be a total of three.  Daynah is in an induced coma  and will be for several weeks .  On Sunday, May 7,2017, Daynah under went surgery in her frontal lobe to stop the bleeding in her brain. The surgery was a great success.  After surgery,  Daynah suffered complications when her lungs filled with fluid.  The pressure of her lungs pressing on her heart could have sent Daynah into cardiac arrest.  Today, her lungs and heart are out of immediate danger.   Daynah remains in critical condition.  Daynah is a FIGHTER, she is not giving up. This is one tough little girl. We can't be happier with her will and her fight to live.  Please keep Daynah and her family in your prayers. Thank you❤️ XOXO we appreciate all your love and support during this very difficult time. 

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