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Hello! My name's Alyssa and I know there's a lot going on with our lives right now, but I am hoping the internet could do its thing for my newborn nephew... Eulo is my first cousin's second child, and is battling a congenital heart defect called Transposition of the Great Vessels.
Transposition of the Great Vessels (TGV) is a group of congenital heart defects involving an abnormal spatial arrangement of any of the great vessels: superior and/or inferior venae cavae, pulmonary artery, pulmonary veins, and aorta (via Google).
Eulo already went through 2 surgeries which are BAS (Balloon Atrial Septostomy) and the most critical one, Arterial Switch Operation. We are trying to raise funds for the ongoing hospital bills and medications needed. We are knocking on your hearts to help Eulo survive. He is still under a critical condition since the operation because of infection, which is one of the worst complications after a major surgery, and especially that Eulo is still a neonate. Any amount will be greatly appreciated by our family.
The reason why our family decided to post this and seek help is because the hospital bill is really really expensive. The 2 surgeries were very expensive plus the Doctors’ fees. Not to mention the daily expenses for food, fare, fuel, etc. The help from the government actually requires the final bill, which we cannot provide yet since Eulo is still admitted. And we need downpayment to proceed with the procedures that are necessary for Eulo’s recovery.
More than anything else, we humbly ask you to include him in your prayers. His heart is very strong, as the doctors mentioned, but he is struggling with the ongoing infection. Also, a retweet and repost will be a very huge help. Thank you so much in advance!
- Alyssa Gascon
- Campaign Owner
A Story from Nicole, Baby Eulo's Mother.Update posted by Alyssa Gascon at 10:52 pm
This is my favorite quote from my favorite movie, The Shawshank Redemption: “Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever ends.”09/26/19 - About 9 hours after Eulo was delivered, the nurses noticed that Eulo was cyanotic. On the same day, we were immediately. . . . .