My name is Beverly Anne Siasat Dancil, 27 years of age, a registered nurse and freelance lecturer for Nursing Licensure Examination. I am diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease - the final stage of chronic kidney disease in which the kidneys have stopped working well enough to survive without dialysis or transplant. I was at the peak of my career when this happened. I was reviewing for an exam so I can be able to work abroad, to help my family and fulfill my dreams. I am a persistent, energetic, and hardworking nurse with a very positive attitude.
I have been undergoing peritoneal dialysis for 8 months now. Peritoneal dialysis is a type of dialysis that uses the peritoneum in a person’s abdomen through which fluid and dissolved substances are exchanged with the blood. It is used to remove excess fluid, correct electrolyte problems, and remove toxins in those with kidney failure. I am anxious to have this disease but I have chosen to take the path of positive thinking.
I believe God promised not to put more on us that we can’t bear. Jesus is a friend and He makes me strong. Whatever this life brings me, I always bear in mind that it is with Jesus whom I should put my trust into. Everyday holds the possibility of a miracle. Never stop believing in God because miracles happen everyday and I will fight till the end.
I am lucky to have a supportive family, relatives, and friends who help me get through this and live a meaningful life each day. With great people around me, positive outlook in life, and God in my heart, I can overcome all the obstacles.
I will be undergoing a kidney transplant soon. I am knocking at your generous beautiful heart for support. All donations will be highly appreciated in this time of need. Thank you very much for your help, love and prayers. May God bless you a thousand folds.