Muhammad Aslam's Story
We request you to please donate for Aslam’s kidney stone removal. Before you read the facts of Aslam’s illness, keep in mind that your contributions can help him with his treatment and also lessen the anguish he has been through. As a result, we ask that you contribute as much as you can.
Forty-four years old Muhammad Aslam, a Manga Mandi resident, has been suffering from renal pain for almost a year. He went to the doctor when the agony became unbearable. The doctor recommended an ultrasound scan after consultation to verify what he was dealing with. Aslam was diagnosed with right kidney stones after the Ultrasound. After the workup, the doctors advised for a right Percutaneous nephrolithotomy + Double J Stent placement.
Muhammad Aslam is the family’s main breadwinner and sole supporter. He makes PKR. 20,000 a month, which is insufficient to feed a family of six. It is quite difficult for him to meet his family’s basic necessities without financial assistance. Aslam was already concerned as a result of this, and now his life has been constrained by his illness. He is unable to pay for this surgery due to the high cost of the procedure. Aslam told Transparent Hands about his ordeal in the following words:
“No one has offered me any financial assistance. My family is fully reliant on me for their basic needs. It concerns me that if I am not treated soon, who will provide for them and who will take care of my family.”
We are committed to assist Muhammad Aslam. Now that Aslam has been connected with Transparent Hands, without your help and support, none of this will be possible. Please donate to contribute for Aslam’s kidney stone removal.
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