By Sahar Mourad For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 00:18 GMT, 30 October 2020 | Updated: 00:25 GMT, 30 October 2020
A mother-of-two is lucky to be alive after doctors found a tumour in her brain and she almost died while undergoing surgery.
Laura Larsson, from Queenstown in New Zealand, suffered ocular migraines and headaches while working as a wedding planner.
However doctors first diagnosed Ms Larsson with migraines after missing the plum-sized growth in the middle of her brain.
When she continued to suffer Ms Larsson underwent an MRI in 2018 which revealed the tumour and hydrocephalus, a build up of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the brain.
Laura Larsson suffered ocular migraines and headaches (pictured with her husband Fredrik)
Ms Larsson (pictured) underwent three surgeries after a plum-sized tumour was found in the middle of her brain
'It was a shock to us both. And a big change, as we both had very busy lives and two young boys,' Ms Larsson's husband Fredrik told Stuff.
The couple's sons Lucas, 10, and