Asiyat Bibi's Story
Before you dive into the details of Asiyat’s gory ailment, I want you to know that your help can save her from her suffering. Your donation can help an ailing heart. Asiyat awaits a PCI. Donate as much as you can and ease her suffering. Even a dime can contribute a lot.
Asiyat, 57 years old, a resident of Umarkot was suffering from chest pain for the last five years. She visited the hospital for her check-up and the doctor diagnosed her with HTN (Hypertension) and DM (Diabetes Mellitus). These two diseases are very common in heart problems. The doctors then advised her LHC and PCI with stent placement for her. Asiyat is a housewife and her husband’s total monthly income is merely PKR. 10,000 per month. With this little income, they hardly make ends meet. It is not possible for her to undergo LHC and PCI with stents. Soon a neighbour told them about Transparent Hands, they came to us and got their case registered. We request you to please donate for Asiyat’s PCI. Asiyat has narrated her tale of woes to us in the following manner:
“At first, I was not even diagnosed correctly. I had no hope of any recovery. After a thorough diagnosis, the doctors told me about my disease. But problems don’t come single spies, they come in battalions. Now I cannot afford the surgery. I don’t know what will happen to me.”
In such dark and sorrowful conditions, a ray of hope still exists in the form of your donations. Your donations can assist Asiyat in leading the healthy life she wishes to live. Asiyat and his family require your help. An underprivileged family is looking forward to your donations. Asiyat awaits a PCI with stent placement and you can make that possible by donating generously.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.