Medical Bill Assistance for Single Mother

Medical Bill Assistance for Single Mother

From Michelle Warnhoff

I'm praying to get financial support with my exceedingly high personal medical bills, prescriptions, as well as fuel getting back and forth from my doctors appointments. The closest qualified doctor being 120 miles away.

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8 months ago

Hello! My name is Michelle, I'm 37 with a 19 year old daughter that just started her freshman year at Missouri S&T.
Recently I was diagnosed with a dual liver infection. Originally it was just to be the one, but upon finding that there is a second has complicated the situation entirely. Not only is one unable to be cured, but upon treatment for the other will cause even more problems to arise. The odds of developing HCC (a type of liver cancer) have now increased drastically as well. Because of the treatment's delicate situation, I am now required to travel 100+ miles, which is where the closest qualified doctor practices. This has put us in a giant pickle considering now I am unable to work. Between the general cost of living, tuition to an engineering school, fuel for traveling to doctors visits & the cost of the visits themselves, the battery of scans, tests, and constant blood work needed done, and finally the cost of the medicine I will require, I am unsure how we will make it. I would do anything to see my amazing, bright, talented young girl make something great of herself and get her degree at S&T(And she is absolutely nothing short of any of those adjectives described) I truly have been blessed to have her.

Back to my illness, this journey has only just started as well. After 3 months of waiting to get in to see my specialized doctor, On October 23, I will finally find out the full extent of any damage already done, if/how to approach the treatment, and what other lovely things will likely be required down the road. The amount of debt acquired via PCP visits alone have been quite substantial.

I've always been bull-headed when it comes finances. You want something? You put in the work to get it. However, this situation has got me stuck between a rock and a hard place. That being said, my daughter and I are asking any generous folks who are able to assist us to possibly consider our situation. My main concern is her. Especially through this extremely important transition in her life.

We both thank you for taking time out of your day to hear our story.

Thank you all, and have a blessed day.

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Hello! My name is Michelle, I'm 37 with a 19 year old daughter that just started her freshman year at Missouri S&T. Recently I was diagnosed with a dual liver infection. Originally it was just to be the one, but upon finding that there is a second has complicated the situation entirely. Not only is one unable to be cured, but upon treatment for the other will cause even more problems to arise. The odds of developing HCC (a type of liver cancer) have now increased drastically as well. Because of the treatment's delicate situation, I am now required to travel 100+ miles, which is where the closest qualified doctor practices. This has put us in a giant pickle considering now I am unable to work. Between the general cost of living, tuition to an engineering school, fuel for traveling to doctors visits & the cost of the visits themselves, the battery of scans, tests, and constant blood work needed done, and finally the cost of the medicine I will require, I am unsure how we will make it. I would do anything to see my amazing, bright, talented young girl make something great of herself and get her degree at S&T(And she is absolutely nothing short of any of those adjectives described) I truly have been blessed to have her. Back to my illness, this journey has only just started as well. After 3 months of waiting to get in to see my specialized doctor,  On October 23, I will finally find out the full extent of any damage already done, if/how to approach the treatment, and what other lovely things will likely be required down the road.  The amount of debt acquired via  PCP visits alone have been quite substantial.I've always been bull-headed when it comes finances. You want something? You put in the work to get it.  However, this situation has got me stuck between a rock and a hard place. That being said, my daughter and I are asking any generous folks who are able to assist us to possibly consider our situation. My main concern is her. Especially through this extremely important transition in her life. We both thank you for taking time out of your day to hear our story. Thank you all, and have a blessed day.

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8 months ago

Update #1

Hello! My name is Michelle, I'm 37 with a 19 year old daughter that just started her freshman year at Missouri S&T.
Recently I was diagnosed with a dual liver infection. Originally it was just to be the one, but upon finding that there is a second has complicated the situation entirely. Not only is one unable to be cured, but upon treatment for the other will cause even more problems to arise. The odds of developing HCC (a type of liver cancer) have now increased drastically as well. Because of the treatment's delicate situation, I am now required to travel 100+ miles, which is where the closest qualified doctor practices. This has put us in a giant pickle considering now I am unable to work. Between the general cost of living, tuition to an engineering school, fuel for traveling to doctors visits & the cost of the visits themselves, the battery of scans, tests, and constant blood work needed done, and finally the cost of the medicine I will require, I am unsure how we will make it. I would do anything to see my amazing, bright, talented young girl make something great of herself and get her degree at S&T(And she is absolutely nothing short of any of those adjectives described) I truly have been blessed to have her.

Back to my illness, this journey has only just started as well. After 3 months of waiting to get in to see my specialized doctor, On October 23, I will finally find out the full extent of any damage already done, if/how to approach the treatment, and what other lovely things will likely be required down the road. The amount of debt acquired via PCP visits alone have been quite substantial.

I've always been bull-headed when it comes finances. You want something? You put in the work to get it. However, this situation has got me stuck between a rock and a hard place. That being said, my daughter and I are asking any generous folks who are able to assist us to possibly consider our situation. My main concern is her. Especially through this extremely important transition in her life.

We both thank you for taking time out of your day to hear our story.

Thank you all, and have a blessed day.

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