Woman takes her daughter out of the coffin to lull her for the last time

Taisha taisha, a young woman of Mexican origin who currently resides in the United States, has become a topic of conversation on social networks for share a video on your TikTok profile, in which it appears cradling his dead daughter for the last time.

In the recording we can see the young woman sitting staring at your daughter’s funeral. However, the detail that has moved all netizens is that he carries his little girl in his arms, who receives affectionate pampering from her mother, this while an acoustic cover of the song ‘Pideme la luna’ by Leo Dan sounds.

Another aspect to highlight is that the place where the wake is being held is decorated with large arrangements with roses, as well as stuffed animals, a crib and several photographs. It should be noted that this unfortunate event occurred in February 2020 but it is until now that the shared video has gone viral on TikTok.

Victim of a rare disease

The case of Taiyane Taisha has gone viral on all social networks. This disease mainly affects the skin and muscle tissue.

Although there is not much information about it, the young mother revealed that his daughter suffered from a rare disease called MDA5 dermatomyositis, which ended up killing her. Through her official profile on said platform, she usually shares the memorable moments she shared in life with her daughter.

Although the video has several reassuring comments from netizens, some people consider that it was totally unnecessary to take her out of the coffin and allow herself to be recorded in this difficult moment for her. She has even been accused of wanting to profit and gain fame at the cost of her tragedy.

How can dermatomyositis be cured?

This disease mainly affects the skin and muscle tissue.

According to information published by Medicine Buenos Aires, same as AmericanPost.News bring for you, dermatomyositis is a disease that belongs to the group of idiopathic inflammatory myopathies; its symptoms are the muscle weakness and distinctive skin lesions, among others. Sadly, there is no cure for the condition.

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