3 Attempts, 2 Babies Lost, Help A Mother Save Her Last Baby Girl | Milaap
3 Attempts, 2 Babies Lost, Help A Mother Save Her Last Baby Girl
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    Baby of Revathy

    from Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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2 months ago, Revathy gave birth to two premature babies – a girl and a boy. They should be celebrating like any other family. Unfortunately, Revathy’s babies were born at 26 weeks and barely survived. In fact, she lost the boy in 3 days. The baby girl is still in the ICU fighting through to make it in this big world.
 This is our last chance at having a family

After trying for a long time, Reavthy and her husband Ganapathy finally were able to get pregnant but sadly the birth was met with complications. On Day two of being born the first born twin passed away and now Revathy and Ganapathy are doing everything they can to save the second born twin who is now in a critical stage.

 This second born baby has fought a long battle for the last two and a half months and is recovering slow and steady. She is currently off the ventilator but still requires oxygen and tube feeding to completely recover and begin breathing & feeding naturally.
The parents have supported the baby for the last 2 1/2 months and have exhausted all their funds but have not yet lost hope. They are still ready to do anything it takes to save their only child.

"We have spent over Rs. 8 lakhs. We have sold every bit of jewellery in the house, and everything that could be sold. My brothers have helped with some money, and we have exhausted all avenues. Now, although we are ready to do anything to keep her alive, we have hit a dead end. We still need Rs. 3.25 lakhs for the treatment.”

How Can You Help
Revathy & Ganapathy have already lost one of two babies. Help them raise funds to save the life of their only child. Please donate to help raise funds for the second twin's treatment and start a healthy and happy life. 

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