Baby Isaiah Miracle Fight

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Baby Isaiah Miracle Fight

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Anne Castro Celis Medical TACOMA, WA

Hi, Im Rose Ann Castro Celis, seeking your help to raise fund for my nephew, baby Isaiah Celis Montoya who is 51/2 months premature babyof my older sister Rene Rose Celis Montoya. He is now fighting for his life in the incubator at Sacred Heart Hospital here in our town Angeles Pampanga, Philippines. Complication happened when my sister had bleeding for a week and her OB suspected her of having an Hydatidiform mole. So UTZ was made to rule out any complications but last June 21, 2018 at 22-23 weeks, her amniotic fluid ruptures so emergency CS should be done immediately to save her from bleeding. Her OB found out form ultrasound that my sister has PLACENTA ACCRETA. This is a serious pregnancy condition that occurs when the placenta grows too deeply into the uterine wall. Typically, the placenta detaches from the uterine wall after childbirth. With placenta accreta, part or all of the placenta remains attached. This can cause severe blood loss after delivery. To prevent further bleeding after delivery, uterus should be removed so as placenta too.Aside from these, is the emergency delivery of the 22 weeks old Baby Isaiah who has a lesser chance of survival because of underdeveloped organs and lungs where surfactant is produced. Surfactant basically is produced when baby has reached 7 months old in the womb of her mother and this surfactant is the one main responsible for the oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange in and out of our body. But since baby has been delivered prematurely, they need to inject him with artifical surfactants and each medication caused Php 16,000. Baby should stay in the hospital with no definite timeline on when he will be out in the incubator. In Gods grace Baby Isaiah, being premature at 22 weeks is Miraculous. He is very strong,and kicking for survival. Im here writing his story with all of you guys as his parents need roughly 1M for him to survive. His everyday stay in incubator costs Php 20,000 and this is on top of all her doctors professional fee and other medications. Sacred heart has a policy of 50% downpayment of bills everyday for the oxygen and other medications and its been 1 month that the parents are paying for his bills everyday and that costs already around Php 400,000. His stay in the hospital estimately will take him around 3 months and our funds are not now sufficient to pay his bills. But we keep on praying and praying that our little baby will survive and his parents will surpass this trial. Your immediate donations to Baby Isaiah will be a big help to our family and his parents as we are really doing everything to raise funds for him. Parents are now selling their house just to pay daily bills. Baby Isaiah depend his life on more months the he will stay in the hospital. The longer he will stay the higher the bills. I do hope guys that reading Baby Isaiah story will touch your heart and in any way that you can help our family and baby Isaiah with his battle. Any amount will mean so much everything to us and I know God will pour out more blessings to you and your family. And as the bible says ; “In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’”(Acts 20:35)

Thank you so much in giving time to read this story of our Baby Isaiah and God bless you even more.


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