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Hi. I'm Ivan Dizon. The father of the child I'm going to ask help for. My wife was scheduled to give birth on May 5, 2019. But due to a condition known as abruptio placenta (abruption of the placenta), she had to undergo an emergency CS last March 10,2019 at VRP medical center in Boni. Our child was only 7 months old and was immediately send to Special Care Unit. He was immediately hooked to a mechanical ventilator to facilitate breathing. He is getting well day by day, so as the bill in the hospital. Last time I updated our bill was today, March 20 and it was already at P298,000 ($6000). We managed to pay P40,000 ($800) coming from funds we saved and an additional P30,000 ($600) from all the donations we got so far.. The hospital management told me that if I'm not able to pay more, they will be force to cut his medical treatment (I guess that's the normal practice for hospital these days). You might ask, how come we are admitted to a private hospital. For one, We only have money for a full term normal delivery and it just so happen her OB works there. Second, as I've said she underwent emergency CS so we are unable to transfer anymore to a government hospital. I'm pleading for your help. Whoever can read this. Please help us save my child. Any amount will do. Big or small will be surely go a long way. Thank you and Godbless.
- Christopher Ivan Dizon
- Campaign Owner
04/03/2019Update posted by Christopher Ivan Dizon at 02:32 am
Finally our baby is ready for discharge. Thank you so much for all the support thru prayers and giving. We just have one hurdle to finish. Our total balance is P450,000 ($9000). we managed to pay P300,000 ($6000), thanks to all your help. But we need more help if possible. . . . .
03/20/2019Update posted by Christopher Ivan Dizon at 12:31 pm
First of all, Thank you for all your support!We raise quite a sum, And we're really happy. We went to the hospital earlier to check on his status, He is already out of the mechanical ventilator (good news), although he still has his nose piece for oxygen support. They added