Ashley Cain’s daughter Azaylia rushed back to hospital in ambulance after heart rate spikes to over 200

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Ashley Cain and his girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee have rushed their baby daughter Azaylia back to hospital overnight after her heart rate spiked.

The 30 year old former Ex On The Beach star and his girlfriend Safiyya 34, welcomed their first child together in August 2020. But just eight weeks later, she was diagnosed with leukemia.

Last week, the pair heartbreakingly announced the tot — who celebrated her eight-month 'birthday' over the weekend — could have just "days to live" after test results showed the disease had spread.

Since returning home with their daughter following the devastating news, they have rushed her back to hospital a number of times, most recently travelling by ambulance in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

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Safiyya took to Instagram to share the latest nerve-racking update with her 729,000 followers, posting an image of herself holding her sleeping baby.

She wrote: "Back in hospital tonight Azaylias heart rate was over 200 currently waiting for her blood results to see if we can get her some antibiotics to treat any infections [sic].

"I love & adore you sweet girl LETSGOCHAMP Mummy's HERO [sic]," she continued.

Filming Azaylia as she was wheeled from the ambulance and into the hosptial, she added: "You are amazing baby.

"Mummy & daddy promised to give you our 100% from day 1 & we will keep to our word what ever you need we will do for you baby [sic]," before finishing: "Let's get you better and back home for snuggles Babba," alongside a yellow heart emoji.

Azaylia's latest trip to hospital comes just 24 hours after she was rushed back there for an emergency transfusion after her tears had blood in them.

In a video posted by Safiyya, Ashley can be seen cradling his little girl in his arms and swaying to music as the mum-of-one spoke to their supporters.

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She began: "We've just gone back into hospital to get Azaylia another platelet transfusion because last night the tears started having blood in them, so we needed more platelets.

The doting mum then pointed to a drip as she expressed: "This is our saviour right now."

Azaylia was previously rushed into hospital on Sunday after she started bleeding from her nose and was put on oxygen.

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Ashley took to his Instagram stories to share the events of the evening with his 1.2million followers.

"Rushed Azaylia in [to the hospital] tonight on oxygen because she'd been bleeding out from the nose."

"She's got tumours in her head and organs. And because of her blood cancer it means that it eats away at the cells that help clot the blood," he explained.

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