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Our classmate since elementary days Louie Jun Gilbore recently suffered a massive stroke affecting all parts of his brain except his Occipital lobe. He is currently admitted at Bacolod South Hospital here in the Philippines. His family can not sustain all the medical expenses especially his long-term care and attempted to move him to a public hospital, but due to the severity of his condition, the doctors will not let them leave for the risk of coma. We, the batch '95 of La Consolacion School Hinigaran, are asking for your kind hearts to please help our friend Louie Jun and his family. He is still young. There is still a chance for him to recover from this if he is given the proper medical care.
NGT was removed and he can now slightly talkUpdate posted by Dia Ritoch at 02:19 am
Louie is now being fed orally. He can drink water and can eat porridge. His medicines are also now being administered orally. He can also talk slightly now. He was asking to eat pork but the doctor advised against it.
Louie Can Now MoveUpdate posted by Dia Ritoch at 03:07 am
He is now able to move his left arm as you can see in this picture. He is cooperative and able to follow instructions when asked.
Transferred to Provincial HospitalUpdate posted by Dia Ritoch at 02:55 am
Bacolod South Hospital moved Louie Jun to Provincial hospital as requested by his family. At Provincial hospital,a neurologist has already examined him and a CT Scan was done. He was already administered medicines. He is officially admitted there. Thanks to the wonderful people who pulled some strings to make it
Was Not Allowed to Leave Bacolod South HospitalUpdate posted by Dia Ritoch at 01:28 am
Louie Jun was rushed to Riverside Medical Hospital two days ago. The hospital was full and could not confine him along with the other hospital like Bacolod Sanitarium. Louie Jun had to endure four hours of waiting inside the Hinigaran ambulance in high hopes of getting confined. To no avail,. . . . .