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Please Help Me Raise Funds For My Father's Liver Transplantation

Dear all ,

Those of you who know me and my brother ( Tarun ) personally may know that my father hasn't been well for the last three years.

He has been fighting with liver cirrhosis and we have been roaming around hospitals from past three years spent around 12 lakhs by selling whatever gold and small amount we have saved. In this period of time, he has become extremely weak,  lost his weight completely, forming EDIMA on his foot and ASCITES has got formed in his stomach.He got treated in apollo a year back when he suffered from blood vomiting,with 12 packets of blood transmission.with all the prayers we saved him because of CM relieve fund from state government that we got as we are white ration card holders ( Economically backward).

But things got changed entirely from past one year where my father got admitted into hospital six times in the last five months. We have used every single way available like insurance and CM relieve fund. Now he recently got admitted in KIMS and doctors have confirmed his excessive damage of the Liver is affecting other organs like kidneys and he needs a Liver transplantation immediately which will cost us 30 lakhs that includes pre and post surgery charges.

My Brother and me have spent all the saving including the money we have saved for our future and my marriage and we are financially broke, he is just 46 and has to see his kids achieving heights and we really want to save my father and we cannot afford to lose him.
 
Please help us to get my dad back to my life !

For any queries, Please do not hesitate to contact KIMS Hospital patient name D. Vijay kumar ( 46M).

I would be ever grateful for every little help that comes our way.

Vyshnavi Davuluri,

 

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KIMS doctors letter mentioning about severity and transplant details
KIMS doctors letter mentioning about severity and transplant details
Liver function test
Liver function test
Blood test reports
Blood test reports
Endoscopy test report
Endoscopy test report
Screening of abdomen
Screening of abdomen
Edema formed in his legs and black scars
Edema formed in his legs and black scars
past three years test reports from apollo and asian hospitals
past three years test reports from apollo and asian hospitals

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29th January 2021
Dear friends

With your help, My father, Vijay Kumar D, had a liver transplant on 2nd October 2017 at Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad. That was a fight for two years, from searching for donors to getting financial support arranged. We got incredible support from all of you. We thought my dad got his second life. But it was not what we expected! Post the transplant he suffered many complications including a brain seizure for which he was in a coma, and on the ventilator for 9 days in Nov 2019.

It is because of you; he could be able to live the moments of my sister's marriage, which is perhaps the only wish he had before the transplant. On 26th Dec 2020 night, 2 days after my sister's wedding, he was severely breathless and had to be rushed to the AIG Hospital Emergency and then got admitted in the ICU. 10th to 12th Jan, a couple of his organs (respiratory system & kidney) failed, and a cardiac arrest on 26th Dec, but luckily the doctors could stabilise the situation. Currently, he is going through a daily dialysis treatment and is showing slow and steady progress.

We have exhausted all our contingencies, and if things proceed the way they are, we might have to stop his treatment altogether, which is the last thing we wanted to do.

I have been thinking about doing this campaign one more time but then felt dad's life is way more precious than my embarrassment. It's been 35 days since he joined the hospital and 25 days in ICU, so I have no other choice than to ask friends and well-wishers once again to help save my father.

Every small contribution will matter for us - https://bit.ly/39tBfqQ

If possible, please help us share the link across your network. We really appreciate any help you can provide.

Best
Jyothi, Vyshnavi & Tarun 
Dear friends

With your help, My father, Vijay Kumar D, had a liver transplant on 2nd October 2017 at Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad. That was a fight for two years, from searching for donors to getting financial support arranged. We got incredible support from all of you. We thought my dad got his second life. But it was not what we expected! Post the transplant he suffered many complications including a brain seizure for which he was in a coma, and on the ventilator for 9 days in Nov 2019.

It is because of you; he could be able to live the moments of my sister's marriage, which is perhaps the only wish he had before the transplant. On 26th Dec 2020 night, 2 days after my sister's wedding, he was severely breathless and had to be rushed to the AIG Hospital Emergency and then got admitted in the ICU. 10th to 12th Jan, a couple of his organs (respiratory system & kidney) failed, and a cardiac arrest on 26th Dec, but luckily the doctors could stabilise the situation. Currently, he is going through a daily dialysis treatment and is showing slow and steady progress.

We have exhausted all our contingencies, and if things proceed the way they are, we might have to stop his treatment altogether, which is the last thing we wanted to do.

I have been thinking about doing this campaign one more time but then felt dad's life is way more precious than my embarrassment. It's been 35 days since he joined the hospital and 25 days in ICU, so I have no other choice than to ask friends and well-wishers once again to help save my father.

Every small contribution will matter for us - https://bit.ly/39tBfqQ

If possible, please help us share the link across your network. We really appreciate any help you can provide.

Best
Jyothi, Vyshnavi & Tarun 
12th January 2021
My father wants to thank you ~
I just met my son. Though I couldn’t talk to him because of my high-pressure oxygen mask, I felt good about meeting him after 3 days as I have been asking Jyothi (My wife) to make me meet him. He came close to me with teary eyes and asked me, Why did you ask me to come? I answered, “I felt like meeting you”

My daughter got married recently. Just a day before I got hospitalized. I knew my condition wasn't the best and the doctors had advised me to get admitted 2 days before the wedding, but I refrained and fought with them saying that I wanted to be there for my daughter's wedding at any cost. After three years, I met all my family members at the wedding and it was my dream to see my daughter get married. It's what I asked for the last time I had a scare like this.

It’s been 18 days in the hospital, 15 days in the ICU. When I joined for the first four days, I couldn’t bear the pain of going for tests after tests. Not being able to eat food properly, being away from my kids and family for the new year and missing my 50th birthday celebration in between. But slowly I realised that I’m unable to take care of myself and there are many people working for me. Days and nights have started to become one. Weekends and weekdays have started becoming one.

On 5th Jan, the doctors thought I’m good to get discharged. I felt happy. I came home. It was all in Vail because not too long after, my family had to admit me in the hospital again because I wasn't able to breathe properly.

The number of machines required to keep me alive is growing. My daughter is just married and she needs to spend time with her husband and his family. She's too young to see and absorb this situation without being traumatized.

The fifteen IV pumps. The drains. The lines. The alarms. Dialysis machine has become a part in my body and from two days, if they can’t pump the water out of my body, I’m unable to breathe because the fluid is filling up in my lungs.

I realised that it’s not going to be an easy thing this time. I always wanted to be there for my daughter's wedding and be with my son while he is doing his job. I lived both those moments by myself. I feel like this makes up for everything I wanted to see in this life and I don’t have any other purpose to live. I told the same to my wife and son. I don't have any regrets too.

They understood me and started to help me regulate my emotions. From the next day, a therapist started seeing me, trying to help me prevent exacerbation of depression and I can’t afford to lose my cook ight now. I said, “Dude!! I would be the senior-most patient in this hospital if you know my medical history. Why will I get depressed?”

The point is I feel bad for my wife and son. She is in and out of consciousness, to begin with, and despite the fact that I don’t want her to wake up and be scared or feel alone, she is making sure that I eat on time. She is making sure I remember to take my meds. I have gotten hypertension and she is too selfless and stubborn to leave me even for a shower or pee, even for one minute. But what about her health? She has to eat too. Where did her appetite go?

When it comes to my son, he has been living this life for the last 4 years. He takes off time from work. But my illness is chronic. Is this the last exacerbation? All family members look the same but each one feels worse. Will I miraculously pull through just to end up here again next week? Deep down I know the truth that my respiratory system and Kidneys are failed, and I’m not walking out of the hospital this time.

I don’t want my son to become that employee at work who always has a reason to call out. As I know that in his new job, his boss hasn’t had enough time to really see his dedication to the job.

Calls from the billing section  asking "When will you pay?" The bank calls, "When will you pay your EMI?" His friends all text him a happy new year and having fun outside, how does he respond? I feel selfish for making it all about me all the time.

Can I put myself in his mindset? Have I been here before and taken care of anyone without being inside all the time?

I want my family to know that even if something happens to me, I love them, and I will not question their love for me. I will be thankful as my wife can get time to spend time with her granddaughter instead of taking me to the hospitals, I’m sure my son will make me proud and I know S/O Vijay Kumar stays.

I tried my best to tell the same to my family in our meeting today!

My wife said that she saw God in her dream yesterday. He supposedly told her that I would be fine and that we were going to visit our daughter next month in Bangalore. Even I'm praying here in ICU along with my family for this.

Nevertheless, I don't want to lose this opportunity and would want to thank each one of you for making my dreams possible and being a pillar to my family from the past three years.

- Vijay Kumar Davuluri
My father wants to thank you ~
I just met my son. Though I couldn’t talk to him because of my high-pressure oxygen mask, I felt good about meeting him after 3 days as I have been asking Jyothi (My wife) to make me meet him. He came close to me with teary eyes and asked me, Why did you ask me to come? I answered, “I felt like meeting you”

My daughter got married recently. Just a day before I got hospitalized. I knew my condition wasn't the best and the doctors had advised me to get admitted 2 days before the wedding, but I refrained and fought with them saying that I wanted to be there for my daughter's wedding at any cost. After three years, I met all my family members at the wedding and it was my dream to see my daughter get married. It's what I asked for the last time I had a scare like this.

It’s been 18 days in the hospital, 15 days in the ICU. When I joined for the first four days, I couldn’t bear the pain of going for tests after tests. Not being able to eat food properly, being away from my kids and family for the new year and missing my 50th birthday celebration in between. But slowly I realised that I’m unable to take care of myself and there are many people working for me. Days and nights have started to become one. Weekends and weekdays have started becoming one.

On 5th Jan, the doctors thought I’m good to get discharged. I felt happy. I came home. It was all in Vail because not too long after, my family had to admit me in the hospital again because I wasn't able to breathe properly.

The number of machines required to keep me alive is growing. My daughter is just married and she needs to spend time with her husband and his family. She's too young to see and absorb this situation without being traumatized.

The fifteen IV pumps. The drains. The lines. The alarms. Dialysis machine has become a part in my body and from two days, if they can’t pump the water out of my body, I’m unable to breathe because the fluid is filling up in my lungs.

I realised that it’s not going to be an easy thing this time. I always wanted to be there for my daughter's wedding and be with my son while he is doing his job. I lived both those moments by myself. I feel like this makes up for everything I wanted to see in this life and I don’t have any other purpose to live. I told the same to my wife and son. I don't have any regrets too.

They understood me and started to help me regulate my emotions. From the next day, a therapist started seeing me, trying to help me prevent exacerbation of depression and I can’t afford to lose my cook ight now. I said, “Dude!! I would be the senior-most patient in this hospital if you know my medical history. Why will I get depressed?”

The point is I feel bad for my wife and son. She is in and out of consciousness, to begin with, and despite the fact that I don’t want her to wake up and be scared or feel alone, she is making sure that I eat on time. She is making sure I remember to take my meds. I have gotten hypertension and she is too selfless and stubborn to leave me even for a shower or pee, even for one minute. But what about her health? She has to eat too. Where did her appetite go?

When it comes to my son, he has been living this life for the last 4 years. He takes off time from work. But my illness is chronic. Is this the last exacerbation? All family members look the same but each one feels worse. Will I miraculously pull through just to end up here again next week? Deep down I know the truth that my respiratory system and Kidneys are failed, and I’m not walking out of the hospital this time.

I don’t want my son to become that employee at work who always has a reason to call out. As I know that in his new job, his boss hasn’t had enough time to really see his dedication to the job.

Calls from the billing section  asking "When will you pay?" The bank calls, "When will you pay your EMI?" His friends all text him a happy new year and having fun outside, how does he respond? I feel selfish for making it all about me all the time.

Can I put myself in his mindset? Have I been here before and taken care of anyone without being inside all the time?

I want my family to know that even if something happens to me, I love them, and I will not question their love for me. I will be thankful as my wife can get time to spend time with her granddaughter instead of taking me to the hospitals, I’m sure my son will make me proud and I know S/O Vijay Kumar stays.

I tried my best to tell the same to my family in our meeting today!

My wife said that she saw God in her dream yesterday. He supposedly told her that I would be fine and that we were going to visit our daughter next month in Bangalore. Even I'm praying here in ICU along with my family for this.

Nevertheless, I don't want to lose this opportunity and would want to thank each one of you for making my dreams possible and being a pillar to my family from the past three years.

- Vijay Kumar Davuluri
4th December 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your support and contribution.

Last month D Vijay Kumar was admitted in hospital because of renal failure. Another campaign has been started for him - https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-vijay-kumar-8. Hence will be closing this campaign.

Regards,
Tarun
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your support and contribution.

Last month D Vijay Kumar was admitted in hospital because of renal failure. Another campaign has been started for him - https://milaap.org/fundraisers/support-vijay-kumar-8. Hence will be closing this campaign.

Regards,
Tarun
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Goal: Rs.3,100,000

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