Life is full of uncertainties. My lovely wife Divya
recently survived a serious brain injury
and was diagnosed with Brain Aneurysm rupture
which caused a severe internal bleeding in her brain
, leaving her in coma for almost two weeks. As many of you know we were recently married in April
. This Event changed our life forever
I have always known her for being a brave woman, a fighter who, despite suffering so much lately, has managed to smile and walk again. It is a long path to recovery, but with God’s grace and your support, we are determined to overcome this situation.
I count myself fortunate to be able to transport her to the hospital as soon as the incident happened.
The incident came as a surprise to me and everyone who knew her as she was a healthy, outgoing woman with no known health complications. She had to be induced in a coma because the doctors feared that her organs might fail. The neurologists did multiple interventions to stop the bleeding and prevent the brain from getting damage.
The survival rate for those with a ruptured brain aneurysm is about 60% (40% die). For those who survive and recover, about 66% have some permanent neurological defect.
Due to the brain bleeding and long-term high blood pressure her organs took major hit went into sepsis and multiple infections. She was highly medicated for entire three weeks.
[Photos of her during COMA]
When she woke up from the coma, the doctors informed us that she had acute kidney dysfunction due to all the medications she was given and chronic high blood pressure. After getting transferred to multiple hospitals: Hundreds of needles, hundreds of medications, dozens of operations, oxygen intubation, blood transfusion, dialysis, tracheostomy and many more her body went through so much.
After surviving the major brain bleeding, cerebral edema, brain vessel spasm and many other complications, her kidney dysfunction was still unknown. It took a month and two weeks to find out what really happened with her kidney. It was a ripple effect, a consequence of her brain injury.
[Photos of her after getting conscious]
We are left with two options; either to continue dialysis or do a kidney transplantation.
She still has a long way to live, and a lifetime of dialysis could render her weak. So, we plan on conducting a kidney transplantation procedure as soon as we can. Finding a right kidney donor is an arduous task on its own.
[Her kidney's shrank; new kidney will be transplanted as shown]
We are looking for some kidney donors from Nepal. We plan on travelling back to Nepal to do the further treatment. Till she gets the transplant that she needs, we plan on continuing the dialysis process.
[Photos of us before this happened]
Needless to say, we are financially struggling to keep up with the adversity. Life has taken a different turn for us. Now the major goal is to get her back to normal life. This has been a very hard hit on our family, and we are in desperate need of your precious generosity. We really appreciate any kind of financial support that you provide us.
Thank you in advance for your contribution. You have no idea how much it means to me to have your support in my wife’s treatment and rehabilitation.
Funds collected will be used for:
- Finding a perfect matched donor
- Organ matching tests and evaluations
- Medication and immunosuppressants
- Recovery and rehabilitation
A quote I found on her Diary. " Most Precious 5 Letters [S.M.I.L.E] "
Together we can bring back her precious smile.
Please help our lovely Divya get back to Normal health.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions I am happy to answer any. We Thank you for your support again. May you get all the blessings.
Here are the ways you can make a donation:
— CashApp [$ShashwatBam]
— Venmo [@Shashwat-Bam]
— Paypal [ @shashwatbam ]
— Zelle : [[email redacted]]
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