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Amidst the COVID19 pandemic and chaos, Baby Apollo Gabriel Asedillo was born on April 19, 2020.
At only 27 weeks gestation, he was prematurely delivered at Binakayan Hospital and Medical Center, Kawit Cavite at 6:45AM. He was born weighing only 875g and 33cm long -- which is considered to be extremely a low-birth-weight. Given this situation, he is in a critical state and at high risk due to an infection, sepsis. Apart from this, his lungs and other organs are still underdeveloped which puts our baby in a very delicate situation.
Hoping that there will be no further complications while our baby is in the hands of the hospital's NICU team, he will need to stay under the support of an incubator for at least eleven (11) more weeks or until he is ready and stable enough to join us in our home.
We are grateful for the doctors and the medical team looking after our baby Apollo. As they continuously give proper medical attention to our son's needs for growth, development, and recovery, we know that this would take a huge toll with regards to our financial capacity. Based on our current/running bill, our total projected costs would amount to at least PhP2,400,000.00; this total is computed with at least PhP30,000.00/day multiplied to at least eleven (11) weeks. **We will upload and update medical documents showing a quotation and/or breakdown of projected costs as soon as the hospital releases these to us
We humbly seek for your help in fighting through this situation. Any form of financial help would be such a great help for us.
As we visit our son everyday to check up on his status and for any further updates from his neonatal doctor, we know that our baby Apollo is a strong fighter. And we hope you stand beside us as well as we fight through this journey.
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We will keep our campaign updated such as the upload of medical documents to explain the situation of our baby in detail. Also, as much as we would like to provide you photos of our baby Apollo and his future -- hopeful --progressions/developments, the hospital has a strict policy that we are not allowed to take photos in the facility due to data-privacy concerns.
- Gladzy Zuniga
- Campaign Manager
Little Brave AngelUpdate posted by Bryan Patti and Allie Asedillo at 04:36 pm
Earlier today, our baby Apollo Gabriel Asedillo has joined God in heaven.Yesterday morning, we were immediately called by the team at the NICU as Apollo's condition was becoming more critical; our neonatal doctor explained to us how it has become more difficult for Apollo to continue... The team was kind. . . . .
Ups and DownsUpdate posted by Bryan Patti and Allie Asedillo at 03:50 pm
After Apollo's cranial ultrasound, our neonatal doctor informed us that the reason for our baby Apollo's swelling on his head is that he has IVH (Intraventricular Hemorrhage) Grade 4. In addition to this, the cranial ultrasound showed that baby Apollo has hydrocephalus. Because of these findings, the chances of him. . . . .
Long DayUpdate posted by Bryan Patti and Allie Asedillo at 12:44 pm
April 24, 2020 - Day 6No one is allowed to enter the NICU. But today, our neonatal doctor made us go inside to show and discuss our baby Apollo's current status. Me and my husband had a whirlwind of mixed emotions upon seeing Apollo for the first time... Dr. Colasito. . . . .
Mixed Emotions: Fighting through the first 5 daysUpdate posted by Bryan Patti and Allie Asedillo at 04:32 am
April 20 - Day 2 Patti has been discharged with a few prescriptions to aid her recovery and possible infections. Fortunately, the normal delivery will enable her to move better and spend less time being admitted, this also saved us substantial amount of expense. The neonatal doctor was considering the. . . . .
Your Loving SupportUpdate posted by Bryan Patti and Allie Asedillo at 11:15 am
Hi everyone!We would like to thank everyone who has been showing their support. We are truly grateful for sharing our hopes and prayers for baby Apollo’s development and health. We are overwhelmed with the heartwarming responses and comforting words from everyone.Apart from the donations that go through here in GoGetFunding,. . . . .
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