Abdul Rehman's Story
Like any other 23 years old guy, Abdul Rehman too was an enthusiastic person filled with dreams and aspirations for his future. Until one dark day when he felt a sudden pain on the left side of his chest on his way to work. The pain was mild at first so Abdul Rahman did not pay any heed to it and continued his daily activities but gradually, the pain drove him to a point where he could not hold his own ground.
Abdul Rehman was immediately taken to the hospital where the doctors asked him to get his ECHO test done. Upon the results, the cardiologist found out that Abdul Rahman is suffering from Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) – a hole in the wall separating the two lower chambers of the heart.
The cardiologist immediately advised him to undergo a device closure procedure – in which the hole will be filled through the insertion of a special device.
Abdul Rehman works at a private firm where he earns PKR 18000 per month. He is the sole earner of the family and his widowed mother and three brothers are completely dependent on him. Therefore, he is in no position to bear the financial stress of his own surgery.
“After my husband passed away, my son took upon his responsibilities on his meek shoulders. He is raising his younger brothers as if they are his own sons. He did not even take time to grieve, to mourn, it appears that his heart cannot take that burden anymore. It’s breaking apart. – Abdul Rahman’s mother
With the help of a few friends, Abdul Rehman has registered his case at Transparent Hands. We hope that with your kind donations, we can arrange his open heart surgery to put his life out of danger. Donate for Abdul Rehman’s VSD closure. Please donate as much as you can to help us save this young man’s life.
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