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    Weʼve raised £3,020 to fund vital private aftercare and get our normal family life back which has been missed due to 2 failed ops/poor aftercare & severe pain.

    Runcorn, United Kingdom
    Funded on Wednesday, 10th October 2018

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    I have been waiting 2 years for 3rd complex spine surgery,due to 2 failed ones and 4 agonising years battling with the nhs (the walton centre in particular).This is affecting my family life massively and needs to be done and then i can get the aftercare i so desperatly need.my condition is deteriorating and debilitating and my family need our ‘normal‘ back,despite taking over 800 tablets a month i am still in intense debilitating pain,i am unable to do everyday things that we take for granted i.e pushing my 4yr old on the swings/family days out/driving/lifting pans/kettle etc...and going to work which i had to give up,a job i enjoyed immensly,due to pain/failed surgeries and very poor aftercare,resulting in us having to sell our house.my husband works full time and still comes home from work and does most of the housework,cooking etc.This money will help massively to fund private healthcare consultations, physiotherapy/ rehabilitation,medical equipment,cbt & post traumatic stress counselling.I just want to be a proper mummy again and that means paying for private aftercare to get back to having a normal family life as the national health service just do not have the resources to do these things in the time frame that i need to help me have succesful recovery and succesful outcome going forward. my children want their mummy back,my husband wants his bubbly confident wife back,most of all i need myself back.thankyou so much for your support it is extremely appreciated x

    2012 before surgery with son george age 4 x

    2009 before surgery my twins jack and george

    2007 before neck problems,before medication,over 4 stone lighter then.

    Post surgery 2015 allowed collar offfor just a few minutes a day,no open door policy,no a&e department so nowhere to go/nobody to speak to when worried about post surgery complications.

    surgery failed,unfused for over 2 years,Hospital 2018 a&e 10 hours neck swollen,unable to swallow.senthome to await appointment with surgeon.

    My 3 beautiful boys,my world xx

    Letters to santa in ‘wishes’ jars on the christmas tree from my twins age 9, absolutley heartbraking.

    Our last familly holiday when i was able to join in with activities x

    My wedding day march 2011

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    • Aveesha Collins3 months ago
      Aveesha Collins

      Aveesha Collins

      3 months ago

      Today I received an email from the nhs complaints team (below) ,whilst I’m not getting my hopes up,this is a step in the right direction. The past 5 years has been soul destroying for us and I intend to start my recovery now with counselling and cbt amongst other things, to be continued after my surgery. Dave has just completed tough mudder (on 2 broken ribs) if you would like to sponsor him through my page then it will help so much. If you have already donated to my page thank you 🙏🏾

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    • Aveesha Collins9 months ago
      Aveesha Collins

      Aveesha Collins

      9 months ago
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      Thankyou guys xx

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    • Aveesha Collins9 months ago
      Aveesha Collins

      Aveesha Collins

      9 months ago

      I’ve had my private consultation Which was very positive and he can fully repair the damage caused by NHS Walton . In the meantime I will be having steroid injections in my neck to try and alleviate some of the swelling which will reduce the risk of compression and hoping it takes a little bit of pain away aswell although this is a temporary measure. I still need to raise funds to help me recover after surgery as I will need counselling due to years of mental anguish and intensive physio /rehabilitation.thankyou for your continued support x x x

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    163

    • gary gumbs

      gary gumbs

      Sep 24, 2018

      Stay strong aveesha x

      £20.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 19, 2018

      Hopefully every little helps.

      £6.00

    • Sheila Groves

      Sheila Groves

      Sep 13, 2018

      Wishing you to be pain free Aveesha xxx

      £10.00

    • Lyn Graham

      Lyn Graham

      Sep 11, 2018

      Well done... take it easy xx

      £5.00

    • richard armstrong

      richard armstrong

      Sep 10, 2018

      I only wish I could give more.

      £10.00

    • Debra Sullivan

      Debra Sullivan

      Sep 10, 2018

      Good luck guys ❤❤

      £20.00

    • Mike Williams

      Mike Williams

      Sep 8, 2018

      Aveesha, hope my small donation along with others will get you to the amount you need.Mike

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    Aveesha Collins

    Aveesha Collins

    Runcorn, United Kingdom

    I 32 years old,a mother of 3 beautiful boys and wife to to very supportive husband,I have been sick now for over 5 years and had 2 major spine surgeries that were unsuccessful and have decreased mobility and severely chronic neck pain and it has affected my life massively.

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