I'm not really good with the medical terms but let me try to explain the process on why I would really appreciate your help (donations) on this regard.
We are from a middle class family & the amount we earn is just about enough for our daily bread. My mom had been taking treatment for kidney related issues for over 9 years. She was perfectly fine until 2 months ago, when suddenly she had a "cold fever". Usually she never had fever ever before in her life for over 4-5 days but this time it stuck around for over 10 days. We didn't think this would be any big concern but after recovering from fever, her health started detiorating. She didn't feel like eating, always had vomiting sensation, her legs started getting swollen up. Kidney specialist (Nephrologist) first assumed it to be an cause for drinking excess amount of fluids, so she was asked to take as little fluids as possible & come around for a check up in another couple of weeks. But nothing helped, after conducting tests, it came to forefront that her kidneys have become too small (they had found high serum creatine levels - 10.5, so they had conducted Ultra Sonogram, where her kidney sizes were noted to be too small in size). She needed to be admitted in hospital immediately.
We had admitted her in hospital & she was in hospital for 5 days, when she had to under go Fistula process, dialysis twice. After she was discharged from hospital, she was advised to brought into dialysis sessions twice a week. In addition to this, because of very low hemoglobin levels, she was advised to take 2 injections a week for increasing them, each costing around $25-$28. In addition, she was asked to take an powder (Complete Renal Nutrition Nepro High Protein - For people on Dialysis) for strength in hot water - 10 spoons a day, this costs around $15. According to the Nephrologist, she needs to be given regular dialysis if she has to live longer. Each dialysis session takes around approximately 4 hours. Monthly medical expenses are touching nearly $1000 including medicines and dialysis (around 7-8 tablets a day + strength powder + 2 injections per week + weekly twice dialysis sessions). Nephrologist tentaively stated that, they may need to inject 2 bottles of blood if her hemoglobin levels don't show improvement.
Now, currently because of all the process as mentioned above, this has gone above our affordability & we would really appreciate each & every one who would wholeheartedly come forward to help with your donations in helping my mom out.
I here by promise that each & every single dollar you have donated will be used for my mom's recovery process only.
Looking forward to your generous donations & best wishes to my mom.