Help Avighna to get liver transplant | Milaap
This is a supporting campaign. Contributions made to this campaign will go towards the main campaign.

Help Avighna to get liver transplant

Why am I Fundraising?  
I am arpita S. Ghadge. My 2 month young baby Avighna is fighting with liver disease called Criggler Najjar Syndrome. Our first baby Prapti was died because of same liver disease .we can not saved her that time because of financial condision . Avighna is young fighter with a strong will power . after all investigation doctor suggest Avighna`s  liver needs liver transplant as early as possible.
About Avighna


 Avighna was born in 9th month of pregnancy. His birth weight is 3 kg. After 7 days we observed that his eyes were yellow and were showing symptoms of jaundice. soon he was diagnosed with rare liver condition called Criggler Najjar Syndrome. Doctors then suggested a surgery called liver transplant. So Avighna need to undergo liver transplant.
His Global Hospital, Mumbai
UHID no is 105126285
Doctor suggest to give phototherapy at home 10 to 12 hour for control his bilirubin till liver transplant  surgery.


What is Crigglar Najjar Syndrome

Criggler Najjar Syndrome is a rare inherited disorder affecting the metabolism of bilirubin, a chemical formed from the breakdown of the heme in red blood cells. The disorders results in a form of nonhemolytic jaundice, which results in high levels of unconjugated bilirubin and often leads to brain damage in infants.
We have gone to several hospitals to see what is the best we can do for Avighna Doctors have carried out tests and confirmed that both I and shailesh are suitable donors for Avighna .although liver transplant is the only way to save our baby Avighna. The huge sum of RS 2550000 lac required to carry out. The process is impossible to arrenge. Only your support can help us save our baby Avighna.


What do I plan to do with the fund
Avighna’s hospital ( Global Hospitals, Mumbai ) has provided the following breakdown for the funds.
 Liver Transplant Surgery Estimate


estimate letter
estimate letter
Ask for an update
11th September 2019
Dear Supporters,

We are very grateful for all your support.

We are happy to let you know that Avighna has successfully undergone the transplant  and is doing fine now. He is undergoing his regular checkups.

Here is a recent picture of Avighna:



Thank you once again!
Dear Supporters,

We are very grateful for all your support.

We are happy to let you know that Avighna has successfully undergone the transplant  and is doing fine now. He is undergoing his regular checkups.

Here is a recent picture of Avighna:



Thank you once again!
14th December 2018
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support. Avighna's domino transplant is cancelled from the hospitals because of medical complications. We are now planning for an ABO Imcamparitable Transplant. Will keep you posted.

Thank you!
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for the support. Avighna's domino transplant is cancelled from the hospitals because of medical complications. We are now planning for an ABO Imcamparitable Transplant. Will keep you posted.

Thank you!
27th November 2018
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for your support.

The doctors have found a donor from Sri Lanka, and the surgery will most probably happen in the next week. As of now Avighna is at home and is doing fine.

He is continuing the photo-therapy treatment and his condition is normal.

Thank you all so much for your support.

Regards,
Arpita
(Mother) 
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for your support.

The doctors have found a donor from Sri Lanka, and the surgery will most probably happen in the next week. As of now Avighna is at home and is doing fine.

He is continuing the photo-therapy treatment and his condition is normal.

Thank you all so much for your support.

Regards,
Arpita
(Mother) 
Content Disclaimer: The facts and opinions, expressed in this fundraiser page are those of the campaign organiser or users, and not Milaap.
Rs.5 raised

Goal: Rs.200,000

Beneficiary: Avughna ghadge info_outline

Supporters (1)

A
Anonymous donated Rs.5