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22nd October 2018
Dear Supporters,

Hope you are doing well.

Due to all your prayers and support, we had the best of our lives over the last 7 weeks with Akbar Ali at home. He has been recovering well. We have mostly been discussing about how your contributions have been of immense help during our time of emergency. Similarly there are so many people out there who are in the same position and how can we participate once we clear our present loans.



On 17th Oct, 2018, it was another exciting day with Akbar Ali being around. We had planned an outing the same evening to break the monotony of him being at home 24/7.  At 6pm hell broke, Akbar Ali had the longest seizure post accident (lasted for an hour). We rushed him to Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain Hospital, Bangalore. First aid and emergency treatment for the next 3 hours helped him to slowly become semi-conscious. Doctor advised to immediately shift him to ICU. However, I requested multiple times to admit Akbar Ali in the ward as I wanted to be with him as I have witnessed several seizure episodes.

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I was asked to sign a letter that I take complete responsibility of this decision (admitting in ward) against doctor's advice (ICU) and the hospital will not be responsible for patient's medical condition. It made me think if any hospital takes responsibility anyway if they are admitted in ICU or CCU?

Then another seizure took place at 4am in the ward, but the nursing staff and duty doctor took care of it well. We stayed there for 3 days and got him discharged.

Now his anti-seizure medication have more than doubled. He is mostly drowsy, a little disoriented, takes 3-4 hours for eating one meal, loses balance frequently, does not participate much in talks like before. Heavy drug dosage is freezing his brain activity to control seizures. But I know he will be back soon.

Your constant support, wishes and prayers are appreciated for the rest of our lives. We pledge to help people in need whenever we can - for the rest of our lives. A BIG Thank You for making us realise the importance of giving back!!

Will be back soon with more updates. Wishing you the best of health and love.

PS - I have read your replies on email and will sit down to reply in a bit. Apologies for the delay.

Regards,
Arjuman
Dear Supporters,

Hope you are doing well.

Due to all your prayers and support, we had the best of our lives over the last 7 weeks with Akbar Ali at home. He has been recovering well. We have mostly been discussing about how your contributions have been of immense help during our time of emergency. Similarly there are so many people out there who are in the same position and how can we participate once we clear our present loans.



On 17th Oct, 2018, it was another exciting day with Akbar Ali being around. We had planned an outing the same evening to break the monotony of him being at home 24/7.  At 6pm hell broke, Akbar Ali had the longest seizure post accident (lasted for an hour). We rushed him to Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain Hospital, Bangalore. First aid and emergency treatment for the next 3 hours helped him to slowly become semi-conscious. Doctor advised to immediately shift him to ICU. However, I requested multiple times to admit Akbar Ali in the ward as I wanted to be with him as I have witnessed several seizure episodes.

I

I was asked to sign a letter that I take complete responsibility of this decision (admitting in ward) against doctor's advice (ICU) and the hospital will not be responsible for patient's medical condition. It made me think if any hospital takes responsibility anyway if they are admitted in ICU or CCU?

Then another seizure took place at 4am in the ward, but the nursing staff and duty doctor took care of it well. We stayed there for 3 days and got him discharged.

Now his anti-seizure medication have more than doubled. He is mostly drowsy, a little disoriented, takes 3-4 hours for eating one meal, loses balance frequently, does not participate much in talks like before. Heavy drug dosage is freezing his brain activity to control seizures. But I know he will be back soon.

Your constant support, wishes and prayers are appreciated for the rest of our lives. We pledge to help people in need whenever we can - for the rest of our lives. A BIG Thank You for making us realise the importance of giving back!!

Will be back soon with more updates. Wishing you the best of health and love.

PS - I have read your replies on email and will sit down to reply in a bit. Apologies for the delay.

Regards,
Arjuman
26th September 2018
Dear Supporters,

I am rejoiced with the love and support given to my brother Akbar.

I would like to inform you that Ali is better than before and is continuing his treatment in neurology, rehab, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and Ayurveda. His left hand is still paralyzed. His leg is being given special priority since the response is well. As per the doctors, it will take another 3-4 months for him to have a full recovery.

I am very hopeful of his complete recovery. A heartfelt thank you to all of you for such immense support and love. Will keep you posted.

Regards,
Arjuman
Dear Supporters,

I am rejoiced with the love and support given to my brother Akbar.

I would like to inform you that Ali is better than before and is continuing his treatment in neurology, rehab, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and Ayurveda. His left hand is still paralyzed. His leg is being given special priority since the response is well. As per the doctors, it will take another 3-4 months for him to have a full recovery.

I am very hopeful of his complete recovery. A heartfelt thank you to all of you for such immense support and love. Will keep you posted.

Regards,
Arjuman
5th September 2018
Hi All,

I am glad to inform you that we have left for home. Now we are continuing Akbar Ali's treatment / therapies at the convenience of our home. All this was possible with your prayers and contributions. Many thanks for all your help.

Congratulations for Akbar Ali for making it this far. He has been through so much.... Now, we celebrate every moment with him...

Here is us now and a BIG THANK YOU for Milaap and 2367 supporters.



I am actively looking out for treatment options for his left elbow. Diagnosed of heterotopic ossification, he continues to have unbearable pain in his left arm. If you know anyone who can treat this condition, kindly reach me at arjuman.ahad@gmail.com
Hi All,

I am glad to inform you that we have left for home. Now we are continuing Akbar Ali's treatment / therapies at the convenience of our home. All this was possible with your prayers and contributions. Many thanks for all your help.

Congratulations for Akbar Ali for making it this far. He has been through so much.... Now, we celebrate every moment with him...

Here is us now and a BIG THANK YOU for Milaap and 2367 supporters.



I am actively looking out for treatment options for his left elbow. Diagnosed of heterotopic ossification, he continues to have unbearable pain in his left arm. If you know anyone who can treat this condition, kindly reach me at arjuman.ahad@gmail.com