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A Clot Can Permanently Damage Purab's Brain If Left Untreated
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    Purab

    from Haridwar, Uttarakhand

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"He never closes his eyes and sleeps peacefully; his pain doesn't let him. There are the times we most dread. He screams and cries, and it's so painful to hear. I can't even feed my child. Why are we cursed?" Vinita, mother.

Ten-month-old Purab has been sick for several months. He had persistent fever, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Then his parents took him to a nearby clinic. The doctor recommended a few common drugs that can help with this issue.


However, when the proposed medicine did not comfort Purab, his parents brought him to a higher medical centre, where the doctor informed them that his brain nerves had been clogged. There was an immediate need for surgery. However, the father did not have enough funds for the operation.

Purab's health is deteriorating daily as his heart is getting affected. One minute he is lying peacefully, and in the next, he lets out a screeching cry and sobs for hours till he is left with no energy. This is because one side of his body is not working properly. He doesn't even take feed. It's hard for parents to see their only child dying in pain. He needs immediate medical assistance to lead a healthy life.


"I feel ashamed that I can't do anything for my child. The doctor says that there are clots in his brain. As a result, his body heats up with a fever, and even medicines don't work. My child needs surgery, but I am a small gardener; how will I gather lakhs of rupees? I want my child to laugh, study, play, and do everything he should have done by now." Jagdish, father.

Only surgery can put an end to Purab's suffering.


Jagdish, Purab's father, goes house to house to maintain gardens pedalling on his cycle to gather money for his son's treatment. But do you know how much a small gardener can make after working all day? Surely not enough to afford treatment worth lakhs. So he took loans from villagers, insufficient to continue the treatment. Now he pleads for help to save his son's life. His wife, Vinita, can't work outside as she has to look after her ailing son. Your generous support can give their son a new life.

Little Purab has spent ten months crying and screaming in pain. He has not experienced any joy since birth. Your generous support can give him the life he deserves. So let's come together to bring joy to the little boy's life.

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