Ashley Cain's little girl is back home after being rushed to the emergency room. The Challenge star's 8-month-old daughter Azaylia's health struggles have taken over headlines after the infant was diagnosed with Leukemia at just two months old.
On Tuesday, Ashley Cain and his girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee called an ambulance to take their daughter to the ER after her heart rate skyrocketed to over 200 beats per minute.
The reality star posted the scary moment Azaylia was taken by a stretcher with emergency personnel surrounding her. "Come on baby," Ashley Cain wrote on the video.
"I love you princess," he wrote in another clip showing her being wheeled into the ER. Safiyya Vorajee took to her social media last night, sharing that Azaylia's heart rate rose to over 200 beats per minute.
Once inside the hospital, she gave fans an update. "Currently waiting for her blood results to see if we can get her some antibiotics to treat any infections," Safiyya revealed.
Sharing even more footage of their baby's ambulance ride, she added, "Mummy & Daddy promised to give you our 100% from day 1 & we will keep to our word whatever you need we will do for you baby."
Her Tuesday ER visit came just one day after Azaylia received an emergency platelet transfusion to help stop her bleeding from her eyes and nose.
On Wednesday, her family gave everyone an update on her condition and revealed the tiny tot was going home on oxygen. Holding their sleeping daughter in her arms, Ashley Cain's girlfriend said that last night was "exhausting."
As for The Challenge star he posted a video showing Azaylia on the stretcher asleep and added, "Back home we go on the rollercoaster of emotions and events."
Hours prior to her ER visit, Ashley Cain took to his Instagram and posted several shots with his daughter outside while revealing it was the first time Azaylia was ever exposed to the sun because of her ongoing chemotherapy.
"Today was the first time in the 8 months of Fatherhood that I’ve had the chance to walk down the street with my baby in my arms. No hospital, no isolation, no pram with a protective cover... Just me, and my baby, doing what a daddy and daughter should be able to do," he wrote. "When I say this to you all I really mean it... Appreciate what you have, cherish every single moment and always be the best you that you can be for the ones you love. ❤️"