Muhammad Shahid's Story
Muhammad Shahid is a poor schoolteacher who has been suffering from right knee pain for many years. Two months ago, he had gone through ACL reconstruction surgery, but he developed the pain again. He cannot afford to pay for the surgery he needs. He needs your donations to live a pain-free life. We urge you to donate for Shahid’s lithotripsy to regain his mobility.
Muhammad Shahid, a 38-year-old resident of Hyderabad, lives with his wife in a village. Seven years ago, he had an injury to his right knee. He went to a local clinic for a consultation for right knee pain. He was diagnosed with a ligament injury to his knee joint (ACL). The doctor advised right-knee ACL reconstruction, and his surgery was successful. Recently, he revisited the doctor with a complaint of pain, swelling, and infection in his implant. The doctor diagnosed him with an implant-related infection and advised lithotripsy along with the removal of the implant.
He struggles to walk and carry out basic tasks due to his condition. He earns just PKR 15,000 per month as a teacher, which is barely enough to make ends meet. Paying for the surgery is nearly impossible.
Shahid told us:
“I’m still young, full of dreams and possibilities, but I find myself held back by unbearable pain and the inability to move freely. It’s like a huge, impassable obstacle that hinders me from accomplishing even the simplest daily tasks. I feel utterly helpless as if my life is slipping through my fingers. The only ray of hope is the prospect of surgery, which holds the key to unlocking the freedom of mobility.”
Now, his case is registered with Transparent Hands, and we are determined to help him. So, donate for Shahid’s lithotripsy and help him take charge of his life again.
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