He Was Looking Forward To His First Day At Preschool But Now He Is In The ICU Struggling To Breathe | Milaap
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He Was Looking Forward To His First Day At Preschool But Now He Is In The ICU Struggling To Breathe

This was the summer before Navanith’s first day of school and he was extremely excited to make the most of it. The family paid a visit to Dharmasthala and made a bunch of memories before coming home where the preparations for June were in full swing. What they did not expect was for their little boy to fall sick. Now, instead of being in preschool, Navanith is in the ICU on the ventilator struggling to stay alive.
Naraswamy Gowda and his wife Manjula live in Hospete with their two children Niveshree (15) and Navanith (4). They own a piece of land that gives them aboutNavanith (4). They own a piece of land that gives them aboutHospete with their two children Niveshree (15) and Navanith (4). They own a piece of land that gives them aboutNavanith (4). They own a piece of land that gives them about Rs. 17-20,000 a year and this supports the household expenses. As you have surmised, being the youngest earns Navanith a lot of love and pampering. He is their treasure.Navanith a lot of love and pampering. He is their treasure.Navanith a lot of love and pampering. He is their treasure.

“The minute he began coughing we got worried. It turned into fever, and we rushed him to the hospital. I know that people usually manage at home, but even when something small happens to him it scares us.”
The local doctor in Hospete was unsure about his condition and suggested they move him elsewhere. The concerned father, as he has done in the past, brought his baby boy to Manipal in Bangalore. It did not take long for doctors to diagnose Navanith of Navanith of Hospete was unsure about his condition and suggested they move him elsewhere. The concerned father, as he has done in the past, brought his baby boy to Manipal in Bangalore. It did not take long for doctors to diagnose Navanith of pneumonia. He had a severe breathing problem and chest infection that has now spread to the liver.


“He has been in the ICU for 12 days now. They have put him on the ventilator. He cannot talk. I’m sure he is scared, but they keep him sedated so there is no emotional or physical strain. I want my boy to get better. I don’t understand what happened.”
Naraswamy is emotionally beaten looking at his son in this condition. He is unable to think or talk. They have left their daughter back in the town to be here by their son's bedside. 

"We have asked people for help. No one is coming forward. While they sympathize or sometimes even act like they care, none of them will be here for us in our time of need."
All he wants is for this nightmare to be over. He did not know that care would exceed Rs. 6 Lakhs until he was presented with the bill and it might go over Rs. 10 Lakhs. He is unable to come up with the funds or even make arrangements to afford even a part of it.

This has caught them all at the worst time, and only you can help save this baby boy by contributing towards his treatment.

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The specifics of this case have been verified by the medical team at the concerned hospital. For any clarification on the treatment or associated costs, contact the campaign organizer or the medical team.