Help Fred Fight Chronic Pancreatitis

Help Fred Fight Chronic Pancreatitis

From Tabatha Beglau

I am raising money for my husband’s medical bills & surgery. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis back in December which led to an icu hospitalization. Back in January they found cyst on his pancreas and needs surgery.

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about 1 year ago

He is still at he hospital in Bend but some progress has been made with moving up his surgery date by a week in Portland. He continues to have feeding problems. The lining of his stomach and pancreas is still inflamed.

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Hi everyone meet Fred Beglau. He is a very shy loving guy who loves to help others when he can. He was diagnosed with pancreatitis back in December of 2019 which led to a 14 day icu hospitalization. He has not been able to return back to work since then. In January the doctors found some cyst located on his pancreas that has made him be put on tube feeding to get nutrients in him because he can not eat or drink anything by mouth. He was then diagnosed with Chronic Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Pseudocyst in January of this year. Recently the tube feedings are not working that well for him and he does not have much more body mass left to lose. Back in December before all of this started he weighed 158 lbs and now he is weighing 116lbs. He has been in and out of the hospitals since December and is now back in the hospital awaiting for his surgery in April at the hospital. Since Bend doesn’t have the right equipment to do the surgery he requires, he has been having travel back and worth to Portland. He is in need of help to pay for some of his medical bills.Thanks

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Tabatha Beglau posted a new update:
about 1 year ago

Update #1

He is still at he hospital in Bend but some progress has been made with moving up his surgery date by a week in Portland. He continues to have feeding problems. The lining of his stomach and pancreas is still inflamed.

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