42-Years-Old Vaibhav Chaturvedi Needs Your Help To Fight Brain Stroke | Milaap
42-Years-Old Vaibhav Chaturvedi Needs Your Help To Fight Brain Stroke
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    Arjit Gupta
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    Vaibhav Chaturvedi

    from Jaipur, Rajasthan

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Vaibhav suffered a brain stroke on Jan 3, 2022. He successfully underwent Mechanical thrombectomy (it is the interventional procedure of removing a blood clot from a blood vessel) on Jan 4, 2022. 
But the damage the infarct had done in the brain is said to be irreversible and we hope that it improves with time, but the doctors cannot predict the time and extent of recovery. 
Even after 21 weeks, he cannot walk, sit or express himself and even feeds through ryles tube as he isn’t able to chew his food, but has started semi-solid diet. The only form of expression is crying, he cries looking at his parents and his own condition, where he should be taking care of them, his father is running pillar to post to make ends meet and taking care of him. 
With God’s grace, his health is improving. He has now gained full consciousness and he responds to stimuli. He continues to be on full bed support. There are partial movements in his body thanks to the physiotherapy sessions twice in a day. He isn’t able to talk and undergoes speech therapy twice in a day with a specialist. Being bed ridden he is at risk of urine infection, bed sores etc. 
Vaibhav was in a private job and his wife is a preprimary government teacher they have 2 daughters (13 years & 6.5 years) and retired parents to take care of. But with his given condition, the income is far less to meet the ongoing cost of medical treatment. The nursing staff, physio & speech therapists and medicine expenses with regular tests alone amount to 1.5-1.75 lacs per month. His path to full recovery is very long and hard one.

 Any contribution from you is greatly appreciated. Thank you all in advance.

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