Help 11-month-old Ayisha fight aplastic anemia so that she can live | Milaap

Help 11-month-old Ayisha fight aplastic anemia so that she can live

This 11-month baby Ayisha, Abdul's daughter, is fighting for her life. She suffers from Aplastic Anemia which is a rare bone marrow disorder. Every time her platelet count goes low, she starts bleeding and vomiting and has to be rushed to the hospital for a blood transfusion. Imagine a little baby like her with needles stuck in her hands all the time and the painful procedure of blood transfusion.

“She starts crying uncontrollably every time she sees a nurse or a lab room. She knows she’s going to be pricked with needles. 

The only treatment for her is a bone marrow transplant which costs around 25 lakh Rs. Her family cannot afford her treatment and your support can help to save this baby girl. 
“We’ve spent everything on her tests and transfusions. She needs 25 lakhs to undergo the transplant, but I’m only a teacher in a Madrasa earning 6000 per month. How can I afford such a large amount? I want to see my daughter grow up and have a good life, but I'm afraid she might not live for long if I can't pay for her treatment.”


Her parents have decided to take a chance and go for a bone marrow transplant and doctors are trying to ascertain if her parents can be suitable donors. 

Your contribution can give Ayisha the treatment and life she deserves. 


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28th June 2018
Dear Supporters,
Thank you all for your support.

Ayisha's condition is continuously improving after the treatment for increasing bone marrow and platelet count. Her platelet count is slowly rising and there is a ray of hope that she might not require a bone-marrow transplant immediately. However, she is still under observation.

I would like to thank you for your donations. If it turns out that she can survive without the transplant and amount required for her treatment is lesser, Milaap can help someone else with the remaining funds. If the doctors say with certainty that she does not require a transplant, then the funds raised can help someone save someone else's life. But at the moment, they are advising to wait as she is still undergoing treatment and observation.

Thank you so much,
Regards,
Shahnawaz
Dear Supporters,
Thank you all for your support.

Ayisha's condition is continuously improving after the treatment for increasing bone marrow and platelet count. Her platelet count is slowly rising and there is a ray of hope that she might not require a bone-marrow transplant immediately. However, she is still under observation.

I would like to thank you for your donations. If it turns out that she can survive without the transplant and amount required for her treatment is lesser, Milaap can help someone else with the remaining funds. If the doctors say with certainty that she does not require a transplant, then the funds raised can help someone save someone else's life. But at the moment, they are advising to wait as she is still undergoing treatment and observation.

Thank you so much,
Regards,
Shahnawaz
10th February 2018
Ayisha Mehrish's father discussed her options with the doctors. Her treatment was prolonged more as the doctors need to run some more tests. The test report done for gene level says that she has no issues with the gene. But as her platelet is still only 15000/ and hemoglobin is very less doctors are advising her parents to wait and analyze her condition for another 4 weeks before undergoing any procedure. Bone marrow increasing medicine has been administered but they have to assess if it works. Nothing is confirmed yet. Meanwhile she is still in a situation where she needs to get blood transfusions to increase her platelet count. Everytime her platelet count goes low she has vomiting, nausea and has to be rushed to get a transfusion.

Thank you everyone for helping us and contributing to the campaign. I apologize for the delay in updates. Please write to me if you need more details.


Ayisha Mehrish's father discussed her options with the doctors. Her treatment was prolonged more as the doctors need to run some more tests. The test report done for gene level says that she has no issues with the gene. But as her platelet is still only 15000/ and hemoglobin is very less doctors are advising her parents to wait and analyze her condition for another 4 weeks before undergoing any procedure. Bone marrow increasing medicine has been administered but they have to assess if it works. Nothing is confirmed yet. Meanwhile she is still in a situation where she needs to get blood transfusions to increase her platelet count. Everytime her platelet count goes low she has vomiting, nausea and has to be rushed to get a transfusion.

Thank you everyone for helping us and contributing to the campaign. I apologize for the delay in updates. Please write to me if you need more details.


25th December 2017
A little cheer for the Holidays. The family is leaving no stone unturned to collect funds for her treatment.

Do share this campaign with your friends and family to help us in raising funds faster towards her treatment. Thank you for all the support. Will keep you posted.

Thank you. 
A little cheer for the Holidays. The family is leaving no stone unturned to collect funds for her treatment.

Do share this campaign with your friends and family to help us in raising funds faster towards her treatment. Thank you for all the support. Will keep you posted.

Thank you. 
Rs.843,357
raised of Rs.2,500,000 goal

381 Supporters

Beneficiary: Abdul Nazir info_outline

Supporters (381)

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Hajara donated Rs.100
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Anonymous donated Rs.2,000
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Uday donated Rs.500
MT
Monalisha donated Rs.3,500

Get Well Soon!!

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Anonymous donated Rs.25,000
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Anonymous donated Rs.500