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Help a New Born Baby from Critical Condition

On 15th Oct, Yamuna gave birth to a baby boy and even before they knew it their world was shattered with the news of the baby's critical condition. Like every other baby that cries at birth, this one didn't and the reason being he was suffering with multiple issues. Later the same day he had constant seizures that didn't stop and continued all night. The next day doctors confirmed that the baby had severe blood infection and all of the organs have been affected. The parents Ajay and Yamuna are devastated and have spent all their savings and are still falling short of money. Charges per day are nearing 30k and they are finding it very difficult to deal with this entire situation. It would be of great help if you could donate whatever you can and help them win their baby back. The required certificates, X-rays and video are attached below for your reference. Kindly do the little you can and also spread this word as much as u guys can. We need to save this baby. 

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1st November 2020
Dear all,

Thank you all for your support and love so far.

The Baby has been transferred from ICU where she was on ventilator to normal ward as she is recovering. Thanks for the support.

Thanks!!
Dear all,

Thank you all for your support and love so far.

The Baby has been transferred from ICU where she was on ventilator to normal ward as she is recovering. Thanks for the support.

Thanks!!
Rs.10,500 raised

Goal: Rs.200,000

Beneficiary: Ajay and Yamuna info_outline

Supporters (5)

A
Anonymous donated Rs.3,000
SA
Suresh donated Rs.500

Get well soon....

A
Anonymous donated Rs.1,000
S
Suribabu donated Rs.1,000
V
Venkatesh donated Rs.5,000

Praying for a Speedy Recovery of the New Born Baby