Sami Ur Rehman's Story
Sami Ur Rahman is in a lot of pain right now. Your donation can help him get the surgery he needs and relieve him of his pain. We urge you to please donate for Sami’s parotidectomy generously without any delay.
Sami Ur Rahman, a 32-year-old resident of Karachi, had a lump on the back of his ear for the last two years. He went to the hospital and the doctor gave him painkillers, but the pain didn’t subside. After some tests, the doctors diagnosed him with Parotid Sialolithiasis. Sialolithiasis is a disorder in which stones grow in the ducts of salivary glands. He was experiencing extreme pain because of repeated inflammation. The doctor then advised him to undergo a Parotidectomy. In this surgical procedure, the doctor will remove the affected part of his parotid gland.
Sami Ur Rahman is a laborer and he earns just PKR 20,000 a month. With a family of seven to support and a meager income, it is very difficult for him to even provide for them. He can hardly make both ends meet. In these conditions, he can’t afford a parotidectomy as it is an expensive surgery. He shared his worries with Transparent Hands in the following words :
“I am a daily laborer and it is not possible for me to afford the cost of my surgery. Things were going fine until this happened. Now I am suffering so much. Please help me.”
After seeing his condition, his doctor referred him to Transparent Hands for help. We have registered his case and are determined to get him the surgery he needs as soon as possible. However, we need your support. Even a small donation can go a long way and make a lasting impact. Please donate for Sami’s parotidectomy as much as you can.
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