A Kazakh female doctor who came to Antalya to rescue her 3-year-old daughter, a Turkish citizen suffering from Ret syndrome, and who had no place or residence, asked for a helping hand to her and her daughter.
Aigerim Ussenova, a 34-year-old doctor living in a dormitory in Kazakhstan, 4 years ago, S.İ. Meet with. After about 6 months of trying, SI persuaded the young woman to marry him and brought her to Istanbul. The couple were officially married in Istanbul and a daughter was born on June 22, 2019. The family appealed to the hospital when 4-month-old Asal started vomiting profusely. Preliminary tests revealed that the child had metabolic problems and should be treated in a full-fledged hospital. But the family, who did not have the financial means, could not take Asel to the hospital. Allegedly, when Asel reached his 15th month, his father did not want them and told them to return to their country. The father bought tickets for his wife and daughter and sent them home. The couple divorced in May 2021. Saying that he had been intimidated into not asking for a subsidy, Usenova also relinquished that right.
Explaining that she could not return to her family because she had an unwanted marriage, Usenova stayed in a dormitory and saved money by selling handicrafts and soap. Ussenova, whose daughter’s disease has progressed, was diagnosed with Rate Syndrome (a developmental disorder of the brain classified as a developmental disorder) at a hospital in Shamkent, Essel. Usenova, who was conducting research on the Internet, determined that children with the syndrome were successfully treated at a private hospital in Antalya. Yusenova, who arrived in the city a month ago with her savings, learned that treatment at a private hospital was high and applied to Akdeniz University Hospital. Asal, who has been undergoing treatment at this hospital for 1 month, will have to get a committee report to get further treatment. Usenova, who has no place to live and no job, is waiting for a helping hand to get her daughter back on her feet.
“I came for my daughter.”
Describing her experience with sad eyes, Igerim Usenova said, “We had a daughter in 2019. My daughter’s illness started when she was 4 months old and her father did not want us. My daughter was sent to our country when she was 15 months old. I tried to survive in my country, I could not go to my family. “I saved money by selling my belongings. Two months ago, I learned that my daughter had Disease Rate Syndrome. Since my daughter is a Turkish citizen, I came to Antalya to raise my daughter, “he said.
“I’m a pediatrician”
“I came to Antalya to save my daughter. I am a foreigner, my daughter is a Turkish citizen, I can’t do that. Take care of yourself now. “I want to save my daughter. I am a pediatrician myself.” I know Russian, I’m learning German, I have nowhere else to go. I want the support of the Turkish state, “he said.
“Everything for my daughter”
Explaining that she has been in Antalya for 32 days and has 58 days left, Usenova said, “I have to find a job and a place to stay in Turkey and get my residence permit. I only care about my daughter. I am too. My daughter’s partner. If I get a representative report, I start physical therapy for my daughter and everything. It will be a little easier. If she starts to walk a little, if she’s fine, I’ll find a caregiver, I’ll see to the front. I can’t leave her for a moment. I’m staying in a hotel room in Antalya, I’m staying in a women’s shelter, I’m in the hospital. That’s how the days go by. I try to make a living with them. Becomes.
“I don’t want anything more when my daughter walks.”
Mentioning that he is alone in Antalya and is trying to keep his daughter standing, Usenova said, “If my daughter’s balance problem is solved, if she can get up again, there will be no more happiness for me. I know. My daughter is talking. Can’t say, at least I want her to be able to walk. No. My daughter’s life is not there. I want my daughter to be treated here as soon as possible, “he said. – Antalya