Fahmeeda Bibi's Story
Fahmeeda is suffering from severe pain due to the kidney infection. It has been 2 years since this infection first appeared in her right kidney. Initally, Fahmeeda only felt minor pain, but the symptoms have grown tremendously over these past couple of months. Fahmeeda now shows signs of vomiting, nausea, blood loss, back pain and fever. The pain has also grown worse as the infection spread within the kidney. Doctors have suggested an immediate treatment for Fahmeeda in order to remove the developing infection before it enters the uterus.
Fahmeeda belongs to a poor uneducated family. She is married and has 5 children, among which three are married and do not live with her anymore. Her husband is a barber, but does not own a shop. Instead he somehow struggles to manage his business under no roof, with the limited barber tools he has available. The whole family survives on the margin. Now her situation has worsened and she has no other option left but to undergo the treatment offered to her. Help contribute for Fahmeeda’s kidney infection removal treatment!
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Fahmeeda Bibi's Story
Fehmeeda, the woman with the Kidney infection registered with Transparent Hands a week ago. Dr. Mazhar Latif, a renowned urologist at Zainab Memorial Hospital did the detailed check up & diagnosed an abscess in her right kidney. He suggested immediate surgery to the patient. Fahmeeda’s surgery took place on 13th August 2014, thanks to the contribution of both Transparent Hands and Zainab Memorial Hospital, especially Dr. Mazhar who completely supported the patient, reduced his surgery fee & provided free tests and consultancy. “The pain was so deep that it was hard to carry out the daily chores, but thanks to Allah and you people, I will be able to look after my children again” were Fahmeeda’s words when she was visited the day after her surgery.