Support for Ashley Siwecki

May of 2018 was a life changing year for Ashley Siwecki. It was the beginning of a long road with painful hurdles and emotionally exhausting obstacles. She was diagnosed with endometriosis. Never, did she imagine the path that lie ahead. After two separate surgeries to remove large cysts from her left ovary and severe pain, the cysts return almost immediately. Now, Ashley is faced with an even bigger hardship. She is scheduled to have surgery to remove all the endo cells on her reproductive organs and her intestines. Her left tube and ovary must be removed as well. During this procedure, they will be checking inside her uterus and other organs for an auto immune disease to determine the cause of the reoccurring cysts. This surgery is going to be expensive and necessary. Without the surgery, risk of ovarian cancer is great. As if surgery isn’t taxing enough, the possibility for Ashley to fulfill her lifelong dream of carrying a child is no longer feasible. Unfortunately, the facility where she is having the surgery is not covered under her insurance and partial payment may be necessary to have it. Ashley has unselfishly helped countless others through their time of need and struggle. Ashley is an incredibly strong woman, but she needs us and cannot do this alone. Please pull together to help ease the burden of financial strain that medical debt causes.
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Organizer and beneficiary

Tama Burgess 
Organizer
Myrtle Beach, SC
Ashley Siwecki 
Beneficiary
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