Naura Sofia Binti Nazri looks like a normal baby but she is with a colostomy bag. She suffers from congenital heart disease with perforated heart. Although she does not show any symptoms, her medication will eventually affect her kidney and lungs. Without surgery, her organs will start to fail.
Her urgent heart surgery requires RM70,000. Her parents can only cover RM30,000. The lacking fund of RM40,000 requires the help from the generous public.
【Suffer from bacterial infection in her colon and was equipped with a colostomy bag. Her bag are required to be cleaned twice a day. The baby requires to undergo heart surgery first then only moving towards her colon】
Her mother's water broke when she was 35 weeks old. Naura Sofia was born through c-section and was weighing 1.97kg. She was diagnosed with bacterial infection in her colon when she was 5 days old. As a result, she stayed in hospital for 2 months and was equipped with colostomy bag.
At the same time, her perforated heart has 2 holes. One of the hole had recovered itself but another hole is still there. She requires surgery else it will affect heart's development. The medicine had started to affect her lungs and kidney. She requires urgent surgery to fix her perforated her. Once her heart is fixed, doctors will move on to fix her colon.
According to the medical report, she suffers from VSD, PDA and TR.
Her father Nazri Bin Hamid, 41, is a primary school teacher. He draws a monthly salary of RM6,000. Her mother, Nurul Shafarina, 35, is a clark. She draws a monthly salary of RM1,800. They had used their entire savings and still lack of RM40,000. As a result, they came forward to seek help from One Hope Charity
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