Need help after my wife's Liver/Kidney transplant

Need help after my wife's Liver/Kidney transplant

From Ramon Rojas

Hello, my name is Ramon I'm fund-raising to help cover medical expenses/care after my wife Deborah recieved a Kidney/Liver transplant over the last 48 hrs. On June 9th-10th, we live in Palm Beach and she is now at UF ...

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7 months ago

Good day to everyone and hope is well

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In late January my wife underwent some medical exams after feeling ill for about a week or so. While we waited for the results, she started to show signs of Jaundice with the yellowing of the eyes. At that point, we both grew concerned and went to the E.R. on Feb 14th, 2021. Later that evening she was diagnosed with hepatic cirrhosis, she is now in need of a liver transplant. We have been together for 19yrs and have two young men who just turned 18 this past April. The reason for this fundraiser is to assist us in covering any out-of-pocket expenses that we may incur from medical care and living expenses. We live in West Palm Beach however she is currently at UF Shands Hospital in Gainesville, FL. This is the third facility that she has been to and by the grace of God will be the last and she comes out of this with a new lease on life. Any amount of support given will be greatly appreciated, I am a full-time Utility Worker and on a single income, it has become a bit difficult to keep up. Thanks in advance to all who are able to help and to those who can not. None the less your thoughts and prayers are welcome, be safe and God bless you. 

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Ramon Rojas posted a new update:
7 months ago

Update #4

Good day to everyone and hope is well

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Ramon Rojas posted a new update:
8 months ago

Update #3

Good morning to all and hope all is well, my apologies for the delayed update. I was able to visit my wife Deb over the weekend, and I am very happy to let you all know that she is doing great! Her blood pressure is stable, she is no longer intubated and later today she will have a follow-up, and awaiting those results she will be placed on the list. We are so thankful and grateful for the support and prayers that everyone has given us. Stay safe and be blessed

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Ramon Rojas posted a new update:
8 months ago

Update #2

Thanks to all who have given most importantly thank you for the prayers and the support. The last 48hrs have been an emotional roller-coaster. Thursday was the longest day in my life, as you may know from my previous update things were not looking so good for my wife Deborah. However, by the grace of God and the medical team they were able to stop the hemorrhaging which caused her to lose a lot of blood. At last we saw hope in a time which looked so Grimm, as of this afternoon I am happy to say that she is stable. Her blood pressure with medicine has bee stable and she was cleared by the cardiovascular team for the next step and that is placement on the transplant list. We don't know what the future holds for us but we remain optimistic that all things will turn out well. Thanks again and may God bless you and your families

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Ramon Rojas posted a new update:
8 months ago

Update #1

Good morning to everyone, I'd like to provide a bit of an update on Mrs. Deb. As we all know with an illness there are complications, unfortunately, we have come across such an issue. My wife was intubated overnight due to bleeding in her mouth caused by a tooth. Since her blood does not coagulate as it should, she loses blood in the process. At her request and on the advice of her team at UF Shands it was best to have her placed on a respirator until they can figure out a way to control/stop the bleeding. Their concern was having fluid build up in her lungs and causing an even more serious problem. I ask that we are kept in prayer and that this is only temporary so that she is able to once again speak with me along with our family. Thank you all for your support and prayers, it goes a long way knowing that even though the world seems fragmented at this time. There is still hope in humanity, God bless you all, and be stay safe.

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