Obaid Ullah 's Story
4 years old Obaid Ullah was born with ‘Patent Vitello-Intestinal Duct with Ileal Prolapse’ disease. This disease refers to obstruction of small intestine. He suffers from immense pain in abdomen and other severe symptoms such as severe fever, weakness, constipation, nausea and vomiting.
His first surgery was done when he was of 1.5 years old. Following that, doctors advised that he needs a second surgery i.e., Ileostomy Closure, to treat his disease permanently. For his treatment, his father has visited many public hospitals but none of them have him appointment date.
“There is nothing more painful for me than not being able to save my child” –Obaid’s Father shared with TH.
Obaid has two siblings –one younger brother and one younger sister. His father is the sole breadwinner of the house. He works as a laborer and hardly earns 12,000 PKR a month. He doesn’t have enough resources to get his son operated. When nothing worked in their favor, Obaid’s father got to know about Transparent Hands.
His surgery is just few steps away and his smile too. Donate now!
Obaid is now waiting for your donations for his surgery. Donate any amount you can and transform his future. Obaid wishes to be a doctor when he grows up and you can help him fulfill his wishes.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.
Obaid Ullah 's Story
Obaid Ullah, 4 ½ years old, had his ileostomy- a temporary opening for the stool passage- made after his surgery for vitellointestinal duct and ventral abdominal hernia. He was now advised surgery to reverse this ileostomy. This surgery was done at Akram Medical Complex, on 21-11-19, by Dr Naveed Haider. His ileostomy was closed and intestinal continuity was restored once again. He recovered well during 6 days of hospital stay and was discharged in good health.