Ruth Adebayo

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Joined in 03, 2023
22. May 2024

Hello, everyone! Please, we urgently need your assistance to complete the dialysis and treatment for this week, enabling us to proceed with the kidney transplant scheduled for next week. This is a post that should have been posted since monday but everything has really been hard on me, the same monday we got an appointment with the agent and lawyer in charge of the property giving a good news of getting a buyer already, we've made a progress by selling the property for $7,200, we still require an additional $3,950 to cover the total cost of $11,150 for the transplant. The little $ you can donate now specifically for the transplant will go a long way, also considering the numerous promises from people with no time we're hopeful and confident that we'll complete the remaining $4,000 by next week. But if possible we couldn't get the money completed to $11,000 by next week the dialysis have to continue, so please your help, suggestions, referrals to get this money completed might change all the story and help my mom to stand on her feet again. This is the third week in Etta hospital and we've been experiencing drastic changes, this shows that using a few more weeks here might get mom to her feet again. In case you didn't read my previous post about my mom being diagnosed with a kidney disease and some traces of anemia which result in edema. She was in Ilorin before we brought her to Lagos for better treatment. She goes through three sessions of dialysis per week which cost $60 and anemia treatment with subcutaneous erythropoietin stimulating agent which cost $25, though there is some little rise in the price of the dialysis. I sincerely and humbly appeal to everyone for support in raising the necessary funds for my mother's treatment for the third week. You can check it out in the medical report from the Consultant nephrologist below Last week felt like the longest and most hectic ever 鈥榗ause I tried staying more active online to work on replies to appreciate those who generously made a donation but it proved to be a daunting task.

9. May 2024

Hello! EveryoneLooks like the toughest new year ever. It's been a while here if I'm to guess well is already 6-7 months of unstable publishing and engagement. Big thanks to those who have been taking time to check on me and my most sincere appreciation to @jamerussell @dreemsteem @merit.ahama @incublus @ibbtammy and @wongi for all the support. It really means a lot.I sincerely and humbly appeal to everyone for support in raising the necessary funds for my mother's kidney transplant. Seeing her with daily pain and undergoing dialysis three times a week has become a huge burden and has become unbearable. I ought to have made this post some time last month but she's been so refusing to going online and being posted everywhere I could have also attached her image on the bed too.She was diagnosed with "edema" some months ago at General hospital, ilorin receiving 4 session of dialysis every month which cost $40 which has really been taking alot of money but we've seen no changes but a rising pain, so we decide to take her to Etta Atlantic in lagos days ago. She was diagnosed with traces of anemia too, hmmm it's been really tough. But the current treatment modalities are three sessions of weekly dialysis which cost $20 each and anemia treatment with subcutaneous erythropoietin stimulating agent which cost $60 and $25 respectively on a weekly basis.I have been trying to secure loans, all effort has proved futile. The only option seems to be a short-term loan with exorbitant interest, which could lead to more problems. I have also tried reaching some people on hive but every suggestion I make is a post. The plan now is how we would keep the dialysis going and planning for the kidney transplant.We do have some property in Lagos that could be sold that has some worth to take care of the transplant but the agent in charge wants us to give him some months as the property was priced in a distress sale. We really need to do something before then to save her life. So, if we could get the funds f