Support Sujatha D Recover From Subarachnoid Hemorrhage | Milaap
Support Sujatha D Recover From Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
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    Created by

    Sravana K
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Sujatha D

    from Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh

This is to help my Aunt Dodda Sujatha aged 49 years who is a resident in Kanchikacherla Krishna District Andhra Pradesh to recover from Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Right side Hemiparesis. Sujatha D is House wife and lives with her spouse and children.

On 8th morning she was admitted in Naveena Hospital Guntur after observing 4 days of severe headache and vomitings along with drowsiness and irritation. 

After investigations by various doctors, it was found out that she was suffering from Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Right side Hemiparesis and with neurosurgeons opinion immediate surgery was required.
For Better treatment she has been moved to Life Hospital Guntur. On 9th morning she was undergone with the surgery treatment. Since then she has been in ICU under treatment till date. 
Once she comes out of ICU she requires physiotherapy and alongside frequent checkups with doctors. She is currently admitted and receiving ICU Care in Life Hospital - Best Interventional Neurology, Interventional Cardiology Hospital, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh. And according to doctors she has to be under their observation in ICU for 21 days. 

Help required from everyone - 
As of now, my family has spent good amount for his treatment. We request your generous contributions and support which will help Sujatha to get better treatment and we all can save her from this critical condition.
We are very much grateful for your support.
 We will co ordinate with Milaap and ensure that funds are handed over to me and my family for the medical treatment.
 Please come forward to support my cause. Any contribution will be of immense help. 
Do contribute and share this campaign link with your friends and family.

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