Peyton was born with Sixth Nerve Palsy. This condition effects his vision. He also has Bilateral Esotropia and is farsighted. Peyton can not bring his eyes past mid-line and therefore he appears severely cross eyed. We also treat one of Peyton's eyes (his left eye) with Altropine drops. This is meant to help stregthen his weakest eye (his right eye), since it is seriously underdeveloped.
Finding a doctor we trusted hasn't been easy. But we are blessed to have found Dr. Monte Mills of CHOP (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia). We have muscle surgery scheduled for Peyton on May 9th.
However, we are financially responsible to meet the insurance carriers deductible as well as the co-insurance. This amount is $3,403.42. We are struggling to meet this financial agreement and are hoping to have donations to help our sweet baby boy see the world as other little boys do. Children can be cruel - so we have decided to have this surgery ASAP. We don't want Peyton to be teased or feel different from other children.
Any donation is greatly appreciated.
Thank you SO much!