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Cheryl was pregnant, but because of poverty and the enhanced community quarantine against COVID19 in Moises Padilla Negros Occidental, Philippines, she was not able to avail of prenatal care. She had eclampsia, heart failure, and swollen brain; she had forced cesarean delivery and fell into a coma.
She is hooked to a ventilator and needs to undergo tracheotomy. Hospital bill is rising and our family has given all we have for her medical care.
Please, please help us prolong and pray for the life of Cheryl so she can take care of her newborn baby.
- Lyrie Jean Embang
- Campaign Owner
Update on Cheryl: tubes need to be changedUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 02:31 am
We were able to have Cheryl's NasoGastric Tube replaced, thanks to your donations. Now, we need to change the tube attached to her neck. Her medical care is a challenge considering the hardships of life, our family still being in deep debt due to her long hospitalization, and COVID19 still
Sustaining CherylUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 10:19 am
It's been five months since my sister Cheryl fell into coma. While she can mostly breathe on her own (without the oxygen tube and tank), all her abilities have not resumed. We still feed her via tubes and syringe, she cannot move nor talk. Her baby is growing without a
July Update on Cheryl EmbangUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 06:15 am
It's now two months since we were able to bring Cheryl home from the hospital. All our resources are used for her home care and the needs of her baby, sometimes even foregoing meals of other family members within the day. Life is hard in the province, especially it's off. . . . .
Home care for Cheryl and her baby NEEDEDUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 11:03 am
It's close to a month since we were able to have Cheryl discharged from the hospital.Home care is still a challenge. She remains unable to move her body, talk, nor breathe normally due to the eclampsia and cardiac arrest she suffered. It's really unfortunate that her pre-eclampsia was not detected. . . . .
URGENT HELP for home careUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 03:15 pm
We were able to bring my sister home, at the expense of mortgaging our home and being in deep debt (the hospital, friends, neighbours). Cheryl remains incapable of moving, talking, eating. Caring for her at home is tough as she still needs medication, sustained oxygen supply, and nutrition, and her
BRING HER HOMEUpdate posted by Lyrie Jean Embang at 07:03 am
My sister remains comatose. We decided to bring her home due to mounting hospital bills. Unfortunately, the hospital won't release her as we've exhausted everything we have and cannot pay off the entire bill. Please help us bring home my sister Cheryl...