Basia came to the world after a very hard and compound delivery - the APGAR ratio scores one (normal labour APGAR scores ten) and her brachial plexus was injured.
The neonate's heart work was very poor, it was five minutes before she took the first breath. When she was eight months she underwent a nine hours surgery of the brachial plexus. She made the first steps in two years of age.
Doctors blamed brachial plexus failure for her slow movement development. (Basia did not crawl nor went on all fours). There were two years before doctors precised the diagnosis-psychomotional problems arise from infantile brain paresis. At the age of four she underwent an ailment called a haemolitic-uraemial complex.