We just learned that my 2-year-old child has thalassemia. We donate blood every weekend. Please help me :( At the moment, my child is 2 years old and our doctor says she has time until 4 years old.
As we sat in the sanitarium room, our hearts pounding with fear, the croaker
gave us the ruinous news- our child had thalassemia. We were both stunned into silence. We had noway heard of the complaint ahead and had no idea what it meant for our child'sfuture.The croaker
explained that thalassemia is a inheritable blood complaint that prevents the body from producing enough hemoglobin, a protein in the red blood cells that carries oxygen. This meant that our child would need regular blood transfusions tosurvive. We were overcome with a sense of helplessness and despair. How were we supposed to take care of a child with a life- hanging illness? We felt lost and alone, with no idea where to turn forhelp. As we left the sanitarium, we made a solemn oath to do everything in our power to help our child. We began giving blood every weekend, hoping that it might make a difference. But we soon realized that we demanded to find a compatible patron for our child, andfast. We reached out to our musketeers and family, asking if anyone knew of a implicit patron. We indeed posted on social media, hoping to reach a wider followership. But we were met with silence, and our hunt felthopeless. We just learned that my 2- time-old child has thalassemia. We contribute blood every weekend. Please help me( we're presently looking for adonor. At the moment, my child is 2 times old and our croaker
says she has time until 4 times old.
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