Muhammad Abdullah's Story
“Your donations are very precious for this little soul. Let’s not make this child suffer only because he was born poor.”
Muhammad Abdullah is a 5 years old boy suffering from the birth defect – Hirschsprung Disease. This is a severe condition which has resulted in blockage in his intestine.
He had to undergo a colostomy surgery at the age of 20 days in a local hospital, which was done to attach a temporary bag to his abdomen to evacuate the faeces. In 2017, he underwent Biopsy to conform his diagnosis but didn’t get any surgery date despite his serious health condition.
Now that he is growing up, it has become impossible for him and his parents to live like this because of hygiene issues and bad odor. His clothes are always dirty and he cannot move around freely like other kids. There is swelling in his abdomen and he stays fatigued all the time. His parents cannot admit him in school because of his foul-smelling bag which is hampering both his academic and social life.
Abdullah’s father is a school teacher and earning only 15,000 PKR per month. Within this meager income, he is maintaining his household expenses and looking after his wife and two children. He also has the responsibility of his old mother and unmarried sisters.
Luckily, Abdullah is going to undergo required surgery to get rid of his bag, at Akram Medical Complex with the help of Transparent Hands but we cannot do it alone.
Our financial aid can help Abdullah in getting rid of this deadly disease.
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Muhammad Abdullah's Story
Abdullah 5 years old boy had his colostomy made in an emergency surgery for intestinal obstruction when he was only 20 days old. Later, he was diagnosed with Hirschsprung’s disease. He was advised another surgery to reverse this temporary opening for passage of stools. His surgery was done in Akram Medical Complex on 09-02-19 by Dr Naveed Haider. His colostomy was closed by duhamel pull-through surgery and intestinal continuity was restored. He stayed for 6 days in hospital and recovered well during his stay. He was discharged in good health