Tuesday, 14 April 2015
Friday, 3 April 2015
Help with Australia mum to be whose waters have broken while taking a holiday in Brazil, can you help ?
We raise awareness on Pprom, and we be contacted by a mum to be who had just Pprom at 24 weeks.
Big issue is she was away on holiday in Brazil, and lives in Australia, so can you share this blog on your wall, as we just seeing how many people would be behind her,
( Pprom is when your waters break early in pregnancy / premature rupture of membranes )
At the moment she is 24 weeks and at moment bleeding, she is debating whether or not to fly and just checking with doctors for their thoughts, its about a 16 hour journey then a stop over, then a other 15hour flight back home.
So you can see her concerns, if she stays then its the costs of accommodation, then its the costs of when baby is born.
If she fly's, she is at high risk of going in premature birth, which is concerning for baby and mum.
The insurance company as far as she knows will be paying for this weeks stay in the hospital, and waiting to find out if they pay for the rest if she decides to stay put,
But then they will need the costs of neonatal / nicu as the insurance company will not pay for the costs of her new born baby in which they cannot afford.
We have suggested we set up a go fund page for her, as I believe we will get help for funding for this.
Our question would be,
How many would be willing to donate for her to stay put and costs for treatment for nicu / neonatal for when baby is here as the insurance company does not pay for baby once here, only for the mum? Who would be willing to donate to help this family?
We know it will not be cheap and its being away from home, its a very tricky situation to be in, has anyone else been in this situation before ?
1. What would you do?
2. Who be willing to help us raise funds for this family and offer support
3. Please comment on our blog or our facebook page
4. Anyone willing to write a letter of support please get in touch with us so we can past this on
This mum is reading our posts as we speak on our facebook page, please offer your support and comment see our post: https://www.facebook.com/PpromAwarenessUK
Our webpage http://www.little-heartbeats.org.uk