“Like her I am also clueless about her condition.
“All I know is every time she bleeds, her hemoglobin levels goes down drastically and we have to get blood transfused into her body.”
The father, Mohammed, a fitness trainer, said his daughter’s problems started when she had a nose bleed, aged one, when she was suffering pneumonia.
The father, who also has a healthy four-year-old son, said: “Doctors told us that there was nothing to worry as the bleeding might be happening because of high fever.
“But when the frequency of bleeding increased, we decided to take her to a better medical facility.
“Our world came crashing down when we learnt that our baby might be suffering from a rare disease.”
He said his toddler used to be bubbly and cheerful, but now is left exhausted due to her rare condition.
She used to go to playschool, but two months ago was forced to stay at home due to her illness.
“The doctors are saying that we need around Rs 150,000 ( £1,792) to do more tests,” he added.
“They said that only after analysing the report they will be able to officially confirm that this is a case of stigmata.
“I don’t know where to organize the funds from.
“It was then I was told by a wellwisher about the possibility of raising the required some through crowdfunding.
“Hence, we have created a crowdfunding page, hoping to get help – monetary or otherwise.”
His desperate wife added: “I want to appeal to the kind souls out their to help us save our life.
“This is a rare disease. If any of you know about a child suffering from a similar condition, please let get in touch with us.
“If you know a doctor who has been to cure such cases, please consider passing on the doctor’s contact details.
“Last but not the least, please help save our baby.
“You are our last hope or else we have to helplessly see our baby die in front of our eyes.”
Dr Sirisha Rani, a pediatrician at Rainbow Children Medicare hospital, where Ahana has been treated in the past, said he thinks she has Hematodrosis.
He added: “Ahana Required multiple transfusions and recurrent admissions.
“We got a few tests done, she would need further investigation if the problem persists.
“The estimated cost of which would be around Rs 150,000 more.”