Donate for Fariha Batool’s LSCS

Donate for Fariha Batool’s LSCS

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Fariha Batool's Story

Fariha Batool, aged 25 years, a resident of Khanewal is currently 28 weeks pregnant. Due to some pregnancy related complications, Fariha Batool had her previous three children born via cesarean section. Now when she was expecting for the fourth time, the doctor advised her surgery again. Unfortunately, due to financial constraints, they can not afford her C-Section this time. Her husband narrates their ordeal in the following manner. 

“I look after the cattle of a landlord in our village. I earn PKR 8000 per month. We live in a five marla house granted by my parents. We share the house with my three other brothers and their families. We already have three kids. The news of the fourth one was a blessing, but keeping the finances in view, I admit that it did bring us some stress in terms of managing the delivery and my wife’s healthcare.

Luckily, now that Fariha Batool has been connected with Transparent Hands, you can make this procedure possible. Generously, donate for Fariha Batool’s LSCS and enable her to cherish motherhood. 

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Fariha Batool's Story

Fariha Batool, aged 25 years, had a history of three previous C-sections. She was advised to have a C-section for the delivery of her fourth baby as well. Therefore, Fariha was admitted to Abid Hospital and her baby was delivered by Dr. Sadaf Aqeel on 15.06.2021. She gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Fariha stayed in the hospital for two days and was discharged in a stable condition. The mother and her baby are doing well now.

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