Urgent Fundraising – Nur Aulia Medina (Heart Disease)



"My heart aches knowing that my child has congenital heart defect, but what frightens me even more is the possibility of losing her. Please, everyone, help save my child!"

Nur Aulia Medina bt Amirul Hafiz, a 6-month-old baby from Alor Setar, Kedah, experiences rapid heartbeat and slow development, with no other noticeable symptoms. However, doctors have diagnosed her with a congenital heart defect that requires surgery to save her life. The young and inexperienced parents are pleading for RM75,000 for the surgery. Without it, their child's life hangs in the balance.

【The young couple, expecting their first child, was devastated when the doctor informed them of their baby girl's heart defect. The sudden and shocking news left the parents deeply worried and anxious】

A 24-year-old mother had a normal pregnancy check-up until two days past her due date when she experienced vaginal bleeding. She was rushed to Alor Setar Hospital for delivery. Despite being admitted from 8 in the morning until midnight, her cervix was only dilated to 4 centimeters. Due to unsuccessful induction, doctors decided on a cesarean section. The baby was born on September 19th last year without complications and was allowed to go home.

At two months old, during a hospital check-up, doctors discovered the baby's rapid heartbeat. She was referred to a cardiac specialist and, after various tests, it was confirmed that she had heart enlargement and two holes in her heart, known as atrial septal defect (ASD) and ventricular septal defect (VSD). Medication was prescribed in the hope that the heart defects would close on their own.

After three months, the baby showed no symptoms except for a rapid heartbeat and delayed development, which are symptoms of heart failure. Surgery was recommended, but the high cost of RM75,000 left the young parents at a loss.

The father, Amirul Hafiz bin Ismail (22 years old), originally from Langkawi, resigned from his job as a salesman on Pulau Langkawi to return to Alor Setar to find work after his daughter fell ill. He now works as a packaging worker at a chicken farm, earning RM 1500. The mother, Siti Mawarni bt Abdullah (24 years old), was a factory worker before becoming a housewife.

After verification, One Hope Charity decided to assist in raising the required RM 75,000 for the baby's medical expenses. The parents agreed to entrust the fundraising activities to ONE HOPE CHARITY, and any questions can be directed to the hotline 04-539 9212, 016-4192 192, 019-2322 192 & 018-911 4192. In this case, One Hope Charity will allocate RM5000 from the "Emergency Medical Reserve Fund".

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