Jyestha's urgent medical treatment
$9,182 of $6,000 goal
Jyestha has been diagnosed with a rare type of cyst inside her spinal cord called a Syringomyelia.
Recent MRI's show that the cyst type tumour has doubled in size in the last 9 months.
If left untreated will cause full quadriplegia.
Conventional medical treatment cannot offer anything other than a very dangerous operation, risking 60% chance of instant quadriplegia, and 60% chance of massive stroke and an even higher chance of massive infections post surgery (which is the most concerning aspect according to the specialists)
Neurologists are not willing to look at performing the operation until signs of partial paralysis are present and the operation, if successful, will not reverse this damage.
Jyestha is literally the most generous and compassionate person I know.
Jyestha has been living in a Hare Krishna temple community, selflessly serving others full time for the last 5 years - instead of focusing on saving the little money she had in the last few years, she has spent thousands of dollars on education costs for children in India and putting her friends and loved ones needs first, always - she even organised my wedding, among hundreds of other weddings on a voluntary basis - and now Jyestha is about to walk down the isle herself!
Her wedding date is set for early December - please help her WALK down the isle!
Doctors have not seen such a cyst this size without symptoms of partial paralysis and warn that sudden symptoms could happen at any moment.
At the moment, the only symptom is severe headaches that last for months at a time. But she could literally fall over tomorrow and not be able to stand up again!
The only hope for shrinking the size of this cyst is non invasive holistic natural medicine
For Jyestha to get the expert natural medical treatment that offers hope for her to walk down the isle on her wedding day it has been suggested she go to India for Ayurvedic treatment, which has been proven to have massive effects where western medicine gives up.
Jyestha needs your help to get to India, for passports, visas, air fares, medical costs and accomodation.
She cannot travel to India for the first time alone, and her future husband is not able to go with her due to his pending permanent residency application.
So I have decided to quit my job as a qualified naturopath and travel with her to make sure she gets the best treatment available.
Please, if you are able to donate a small amount to help Jyestha treat the cyst so she can walk down the isle
on her wedding day, please donate! We have calculated an estimated cost of $6000.00 for 2 airfares with taxes and accomodation along with the cost of the treatment itself. We hope to leave within a month and return before December for the wedding.
Please, donate if you can spare anything at all!!!
It's long and complicated but we wanted to update you all as soon as possible and as clearly as possible...
Thank you for your patience in taking time to read this:
Jyestha has been advised not to get on a plane as the cabin pressure will cause the cyst to explode.
It will no doubt cause a massive stroke and instant quadriplegia. The doctor said he would have put her on a plane one week ago, but because the symptoms have drastically increased, that he would not take any risks.
We were advised this by one of the best Ayurvedic practitioners in India.
Because we could not go to him, he was going to personally come here to treat Jyestha.
The plan was for him to come here and treat her Ayurvedically.
But then he changed his mind...
Because of the size of the cyst, he explained it is too late for Ayurveda.
He recommended surgery and claimed he had contacts in Brisbane and would come here and try to find a surgeon who would agree to do the surgery.
This would be slim chances of risking surgery now on top of finding a doctor who would agree to take on the risk at this point, as neurosurgeons will not touch Jyestha unless 50% of her body is affected by irreversible paraplegia.
The doctor then suddenly said he had a contact in Sydney who was an Ayurvedic practitioner and he would send him up there....
Jyestha called the Dr in India at 1am last night to ask why the treatment plan is swinging like a pendulum and to please be provided with a straight answer.
The doctor then said that he didn't actually have a neurosurgeon contact in Brisbane as he claimed, at all and that the Sydney contact who was an Ayurvedic doctor is not actually a doctor, but a student who has their own clinic but is going to India in a week to study more and has no interest in staying here, at the doctors request, so he can advise him how to help her.
The doctor then said he is clutching at straws and really doesn't know how to deal with this situation.
He can only try... We can all only try...
After very extensive consultation with Jyestha's spiritual master it is advised that we need to act locally, and we need to act immediately.
Jyestha is attempting a dual treatment of naturopathy combined with Ayurveda.
The naturopath doctor is local and a devotee in Murwillumbah.
The Ayurvedic doctor, who trained in Kerala and is now based in Brisbane, are the most qualified doctors within the most reasonable travelling distance.
There will be a lot of travel in between places and the treatments will be quite expensive.
It is a race against the clock as the symptoms of paraplegia are getting worse by the day.
Jyestha is incredibly hopeful and positive.
It is only by your prayers love and support of all varieties that the hope is there.
The physical manifestation Krishna's mercy is the kindness of His devotees and He is arranging everything so perfectly right now.
We don't request more donations at this point.
We request you to pray, that is all
After consulting with the Ayurvedic specialist, we have seen the issue is obviously very sensitive and delicate and we need the best medical care available.
Jyestha's spiritual master HH Kadamba Kanana Swami has personally recommended one of the best doctors in the best Ayurvedic institute in Dheli.
The cost of her treatment alone will exceed $6000.
This cost does not include travel, plane tickets, visas, passports or accommodation.
We would very much appreciate more donations that would assist to cover the costs of the airfares, passports, visas and accommodation.
If you have not already donated to help our dear friend, please take this opportunity to help