After Afrimax English visited the family, the story of a 6-year-old girl with a protruding stomach went viral a few months ago.
When Afrimax first came to visit the family, the girl's mother told them about her daughter. Olga, her daughter, was picked up from school one day and brought home. Olga had been complaining about stomach problems, according to the school officials who brought her home.
Her mother believed she was suffering from a minor ailment. She drove her to the hospital, where she purchased medications and administered them to her. The issue, however, did not go away. Her stomach began to grow larger and larger before she realized it. She became known as the 'pregnant girl' in the village.
Her mother told Afrimax English that she would like to take her daughter to a reputable medical facility for treatment. She, on the other hand, lacked the financial means to do so.
After sharing her story on their YouTube channel, Afrimax created a GoFundMe account for the young Olga. People were quick to respond. Some people made direct contact with the mother and made donations to her.
Afrimax paid another visit to the young girl and her mother. They took all of the money that had been donated to the woman and her daughter by good Samaritans. Their happiness was contagious, and they couldn't stop grinning. Olga's mother took her to a reputable medical facility, where she was diagnosed.
Afrimax English paid the woman a third visit yesterday to see how she and her daughter were doing and to give her some money that had been donated for her treatment. Olga's mother informed them that doctors had finally figured out what was wrong with her daughter. Unfortunately, it was her heart that was broken. One of her ventricles is not functioning properly.
picture used for illustration.
The heart is divided into four chambers through which blood flows. The right atrium and right ventricle are where blood enters and leaves the body. The right ventricle is responsible for pumping blood to the lungs, where it is oxygenated. The pulmonary veins, which enter the left atrium, transport oxygenated blood back to the heart. Blood is pumped into the left ventricle from the left atrium. The blood is pumped from the left ventricle to the aorta, which then distributes oxygenated blood to all parts of the body.
Olga's mother was told by the doctors that chylous ascites, which is Olga's symptom, is the most common symptom of left ventricular dysfunction.
She requires immediate medical attention in order to recover. However, she was unable to raise the required funds due to the size of the sum. Afrimax English has set up a new GoFundMe account to help her pay for her treatment.
Click her to watch the video. https://youtu.be/ROv8Y9BejA4
Source: Afrimax English.
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