Help Baying Beat ALS! Baying is the sister of Lilibeth Ayag
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Her cheerfulness was always resounding, her liveliness never ceased to rub off on anyone she came across, and her spirit always kept her desire of supporting her family and loved ones as strong as ever- and now she needs your help.
Baying Ayag Solera, a devoted mother of two, a hardworking provider for her family, and a beloved mother, sister, friend, ka-chikahan, and bearer of good memories is was lately diagnosed with a rare disease, - a cousin of Amyothropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).
Five months ago, Baying started to lose her vigour and continuously lost weight at a rapid pace. However, multiple visits to different doctors and numerous laboratory tests showed no significant results; it was only as of late that they finally discovered that the rare disease had already compromised most of her health.
The once-lively, spirited, and cheerful Baying we all know and love is now fighting the immense effects of the disease: rapidly losing weight, and lacking the energy to speak or simply climb up to her room- a far cry from how anyone would picture her when her name comes to mind.
In spite of her tremendous ordeal with the disease, Baying still continues to report for work in order to continuously support her family for the bright future of her children, even if hers is at stake.
We believe in the power of kindness and charity, and we are sincerely asking for your help. Any amount will make be a significant contribution in her efforts towards recovery. Baying has and always will put her children first, and now she needs all the help she can get- Please help us make a difference in her life so that she may regain the strength to continue bringing light into our lives.
Donations may be made to:
Trinidad Ayag Solera
BDO Savings Account Number: 006 0003 83 036
The family and friends of Baying Ayag Solera
Baying Ayag Solera latest health update: last friday baying underwent tracheostomy and saturday morning, she had this Percutaneous endoscopic gastronomy (PEG). It is a given that her lungs are weak due to this debilitating ALS disease, she was hooked up to a ventilator during and after the operations. As of date, the ventilator was removed and now replaced with an oxygen mask.