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Sha'mir Bosher-May Homegoing

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Raised by 81 people in 2 months
Created November 12, 2018
Sha'mir Bosher-May was born on August 16, 2016 in MCV hospital his small intestine (main source of nutrition to stay alive) was twisted. They discovered the entire bowel had died  off, and I was told he would not be able to live and to make him comfortable until he passes. I refuse to let them give up on my baby so they preformed a procedure to remove the bowel which the placed n a bag outside his stomach.  Two days later I was told his condition is worsening and to just let him go. I again refused to do so. I asked about a transplant they told me they don't do those type and it's only a few in the nation whom does them. MCV found a hospital( Georgetown University) they required him to be a certain weight which he was far away from,and not being to digest food he could not grow they had to take him down again and removal the bowel and give him a ileostomy and a central line. He had to gain over 3 lbs so he had to be placed on TPN n lipids. He reached the goal at 2 mos. and faced with many different obstacles. He went to the new hospital in DC and they told me he could go thru the evaluation but he still had to be a certain weight and pass all the test for the transplant. He passed the test but was faced with worsen news he was jaundice and it was making his liver sick. HE WAS ONLY HOME FOR 2 WEEKS!!!!!!!!!! They called and told me to come in. He has had a small bowel, liver, n pancreas transplant. After a week in DC baby boy Sha'Mir was finally able to go home. He was blessed to have a very rare blood type and was a closer match in size to the donor baby. He passed all the test before surgery and the surgery was a success. He had a few more operations to completely close his abdomen. The organs were a little bigger then him. BUT WITH PRAYER AND BY THE GRACE OF GOD EVERYTHING WENT WELL!!!!!!!!!! He had a long journey ahead of him, constant weekly doctors appointments with different specialist and test.  We had to stay in DC for a few months and then we went back home, still had to travel to DC weekly to doctors appointments. On July 3,2018 he was admitted back to MCV within 12-16 he gained a significant amount of weight which caused his lungs to be squished, MCV finally admitted to not knowing how to treat him because of his transplant, 30-45 minutes to DC he was placed in the PICU where he was in a medically induced coma and using a ventilator.  I'm writing this gofundme to get help to bury Sha'mir he fought his fight and God has called him home on November 8,2018. I'm very devastated and hurt because i had my sons whole life planned we were supposed to do homework, talk about girl, have fun me and my man but God got other plans...His Funeral is friday so anything will help #LiveforShaMir With all the hurt and pain he still remand a soldier and stayed happy.  ANYTHING HELPS && WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED TOWARDS HIS FUNERAL EXPENSES.. HELP SEND HIM HOME BEAUTIFULLY, HE LIVED A MARVELOUS LIFE!!.. THANKS IS ADVANCE!!..
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Raised by 81 people in 2 months
Created November 12, 2018
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