On Monday February 26th my husband, Emerson, suffered a seizure and was taken in ambulance to Mercy hospital in Rogers. He suffered a second seizures while in the ambulance. While there he got a couple of tests done including an MRI and a CT scan, which came back somewhat normal. The doctor said something looked a bit different but she wasn’t too worried about it. We were sent home with seizure medication. On Thursday March 1st, he suffered a third seizure and was taken back to the ER. He had a horrible headache and had trouble speaking. Once there they discovered bleeding in his brain. That same day he was flown to UAMS in Little Rock. We got to see a neurologist there and he confirmed the bleeding but said it wasn’t anything too serious, we were sent back home. He continued taking his medication along with some Tylenol for the headaches. We still didn’t know exactly what caused the bleeding. On March 9th we saw Dr.Krisht at St. Vincent in Little Rock, we were finally able to find some answers with him. Emerson suffers from a genetic disorder that causes the bleeding. It is little bleeding and tends to grow very slowly. Emerson is the only one working so it is very hard for us to come up with such a big amount of money. Any help is very appreciated. Please keep praying for my family, I know God will continue to guide us through this.
Emerson sufre de un problema genetico que causa sangrado en el cerebro y combulsiones. A sido hospitalizado varias veces y llevado a Little Rock en helicoptero. Los gastos medicos son muy grandes por lo cual estamos buscando cualquier tipo de ayuda, no importa la cantidad. Siguan orando por mi nosotros, yo se que Dios a estado con nosotros y no nos abandonara.
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