Engelberth Gómez’s life has been marked by a series of unfortunate events, but this has not deprived him of his desire to rise to the top, since since his parents abandoned him, he has been cared for by his grandparents, who have always helped He didn’t until he graduated from college. After graduating from high school, he started working, supporting his family, and now, diagnosed with Kadias and stomach problems, he is forced to ask for the support of the people to buy medicines and support himself.
Cadias means that the valve between the stomach and esophagus is not working properly, and nodular gastritis is a type of gastritis that causes painful symptoms and can even lead to disability.
The 21-year-old, who worked in a woodworking shop in 2021, was infected with Covid-19 three times.
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“COVID-19 was horrible, it was hard to breathe, I couldn’t seem to take it anymore, I had to say goodbye to everyone, but I was saved, thank God, but I didn’t expect what was going to happen next,” he shared.
After the COVID-19 pandemic, he had initial symptoms and stomach pains, but he didn’t take them seriously because he thought it was just simple indigestion. He continued to lead a normal life, but his symptoms were getting worse.
“It gave me stomach aches, felt like stomach acid, indigestion, I lost weight. I thought something was hurting me, but I was worried when I threw up everything I ate and looked too skinny. 7 Months ago, I had an endoscopy and a colonoscopy and they found out that my disease was incurable and if he hadn’t seen me at that time, I could have progressed further,” he affirmed.
Until a few months ago, he was selling coffee in Jinotepe Park, but his health left him very weak, for which he turned to popular solidarity, since he had to maintain treatment and a special diet that was very difficult to afford of.
“The diet is special, I can’t just drink pure tap water, no chilli, no seasoning, no acid, no fat, she was treated so she wouldn’t cause me so much pain, but I have no cure , it was just to keep me going,” she admitted.
Some people work with you on food issues because you can have vegetables, not tubers or starches, yes tomato, chiltoma, low fat chicken, no fried, fish, no dairy, or citrus fruit or canned, everything should is natural.
The young man lives in Diriamba, 20 meters west of the René Shick School Centre, and can be contacted on (505) 84898381.