Noah was born via emergency C-Section.
He was diagnosed with severe HIE, which is hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy (a lack of oxygen to the brain) and renal failure. At 8 days old he received his first dialysis treatment.
He was in the NICU for exactly 100 days, and during his time at Children’s he went into cardiac arrest, had aspiration pneumonia, three different blood infections, meningitis, and over 10 different surgeries.
He currently is at home with his parents and two dogs. We do peritoneal dialysis in our home every night for 12 hours.
Noah is currently 14 pounds. When he reaches 20 pounds he will be able to get a kidney transplant.
He truly is a miracle baby and is defying all the odds.
There are upcoming dialysis and transplant that we needed. While we already started the medication, we need your help to accomplish his upcoming medication and treatment.
We thank you in advance for your support! Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be used to Noah’s medication.
Thank you very much.