I am raising funds for my ten-month old baby boy, Dylan and my partner/fiance Argie.
Our baby has inguinal hernia which we already knew when he was around 2 months old. We are constantly keeping him healthy that even if his milk is already quite costly for us, we keep it as it is because that is the only milk his body system can take. However, we have been warned already that we should save up, so that soon he can have his surgery. That is why one of the two reasons why I have set up this fundraising.
On the other hand, my fiance had a lump on his back (near his nape) that he was bearing the shame and sometimes pain when he is stressed for over 10 years. Luckily government granted us help (after 4 years of going back and forth) that he can undergo surgery in a public hospital, but just the surgery expenses were paid, nothing for maintenance, medicines, doctor's fee, and even the gauze used in the operation were not included. He has been on pause on his work after the surgery. Now he is back but our problem is we do not have money to suffice their medical needs of my son. His surgical wound itself is still not fully healed inside because he needs to help me do the chores, take care of Dylan and he has to do his own work little by little to help me with the bills and our baby's needs as much as he can.
I am constantly in pain that each time we have a little sum of money we have to choose who needs it sooner. Example, choosing what to buy , my baby's milk and/or diapers rather than buying medicines for my husband should not happen but since husband needed to stop for a while in his job to recover, we had to stop buying his medicines though to prioritize Dylan's needs. As of this moment, we really do not have money on hand, just enough for us to get through and a few scoops of his milk. We need the funds asap that surgery wound of my husband would completely be healed and for my baby can at least get enough nutrients he needs for his hernia not be complicated. We are aiming to have the funds the soonest that we can schedule an operation.
We are hoping someone can help our baby feel better soon and so is to aid my husband for his recovery expenses.