IUGR causes a baby to not develop and grow properly, and the baby that Miriam had that was diagnosed with IUGR ended up having to spend several weeks in the NICU.
GoFundMe; pictured above are two of the triplets
On top of only being able to take 2 of her 3 babies home and worrying about how the 3rd one would develop in the NICU, Miriam then got some more bad news.
“Recently I was re-admitted into the hospital and was treated for preeclampsia and a blood clot scare,” she said.
“For some reason, my insurance denied the claim and even denied the appeal stating it wasn’t necessary for me to be admitted.”
“I was very ill and from my understanding had I not been admitted I could of suffered organ failure, a stroke, seizures, and even death.”
GoFundMe; pictured above is the baby that had to stay in the NICU
“So now we are preparing again for big medical bills coming our way. On top of trying to save money for a down payment for a third-row vehicle. Currently, we can only have either all 3 infants with us or 2 infants and my significant other’s daughter.”
Miriam decided to create a GoFundMe page in hopes of being able to get some support. If you would like to donate to help Miriam’s triplets, you can do that here.