Kinza Ibrar's Story
Kinza wants to go to school but her bothersome disease is making her life miserable.
Kinza Ibrar is a 3 years old girl who lives in a small town of Okara with her parents and one brother. Kinza is very excited to go to school next year but her health is not allowing her to even go out of her home. Kinza was only 5 months old when she complained about severe abdominal pain. Her parents took her to a local hospital where she underwent rectal biopsy. Kinza was diagnosed with Hirschsprung disease – the condition which prevents bowel movements (stool) to pass through the intestines due to missing nerve cells in the lower part of the colon. This disease usually affects the large intestine (colon) of newborns, babies, and toddlers.
Doctors did her urgent colostomy and advised her parents to prepare her for another surgery; colostomy closure. The hospital gave them a date for her next surgery after six months. When her parents visited the hospital for her surgery, they further delayed it for few months. Two and a half years have passed but hospital didn’t give them a final date for the surgery yet. Kinza’s condition is getting worse with each passing day. She feels discomfort and also experiences hygiene problems due to which her parents don’t take her out. She is going to start her school soon but her parents are afraid that she’d lose her confidence due to her health condition.
Kinza’s parents don’t have enough money to get her operated from a private hospital. Her father works as a tailor and earns around 10,000 rupees a month. In such meager income, it is impossible for him to pay for her surgical expenses. When they came to know about Transparent Hands, they were relieved that Kinza could undergo surgery free of cost
Kinza is now scheduled for her colostomy closure in a few days at Akram Medical Complex. Her surgery will only be successful with your prayers and donations.
Your donations will enable her to start her school without any health issue. Donate for her now!
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Kinza Ibrar's Story
Kinza Ibrar 3 years old girl had her divided colostomy made in her emergency surgery to reverse this temporary opening for passage of stools. Her surgery was done in Akram Medical Complex on 08-August-18 by Dr. Naveed Haider. Her colostomy was closed and intestinal continuity was restored. She stayed for 4 days and recovered well in her hospital stay.