Angry husband whose wife began to tear blood in Bali warns that many tourists are not eligible for transfusions if he desperately pleads for donors
- Martin Frank, from Prague, made a desperate plea for blood donors on Facebook
- His wife Eliska, 33, is in a Kuta hospital after bleeding from her stomach
- She was on a two-week vacation in Bali when she started to fall ill and had to throw up
A Czech man is forced to make a desperate plea for blood donors on Facebook after his wife fell ill during a vacation in Bali.
Martin Frank (33) went to social media on Sunday to request donations about the & # 39; Bali Expats & # 39; group after his wife Eliska was admitted to the BIMC hospital in Kuta.
& # 39; Hello, I am trying to find someone with blood A or O to donor blood for my wife. She is in intensive care at BIMC Hospital Kuta and needs blood, & he said.
& # 39; She has stomach bleeding and her life is in danger. Please someone if you know someone, let us know. We are desperate. & # 39;
Martin Frank, 33, flew from Bali to Bali on Saturday after his wife Eliska was hospitalized after she started bleeding from her stomach
The post has since collected more than a hundred responses and 61 shares.
Frank said he flew to Bali from Prague on Saturday after being informed that his wife had felt ill.
Eliska, also 33, had been in her vacation for two weeks when she had symptoms like vomiting and fainting on Friday.
& # 39; She has some blood in her stomach and they don't know what it is &, he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; They have to stabilize her because she doesn't have too much blood. We are looking for A or O blood. & # 39;
Doctors have yet to identify the problem, but have informed him that Eliska has low blood cells, low blood pressure and low oxygen circulation and needs to fix blood before undergoing surgery.
Frank, who runs a medical company with his wife, has been told that there are no blood banks in the area and he is not eligible to donate because he is O-positive.
Rh negative blood, a type whose protein does not exist in the blood, is also unusual among the Indonesian population.
Doctors have yet to identify the problem, but have informed him that Eliska (pictured with husband Martin) has low blood cells, low blood pressure, and low-oxygen blood circulation and needs to fix blood before she can have surgery
Frank also said that his wife previously had a tumor in her pancreas that he thought could be related.
Eliska is connected to an oxygen supply and has only spoken a few words since her husband arrived.
& # 39; One person is going to donate blood, but you need more than one bag. After she has to go to surgery, & he said.
So far, Mr. Frank's public appeal has attracted some volunteers, including a person who said he would be going to the hospital in the coming hours.
& # 39; Doctors need surgery today, they haven't told me other options, & # 39; said Frank.
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