Abdul Rehman's Story
“I haven’t thought about much else in the last two years except making sure that my family doesn’t starve. After my father unexpectedly passed away, I, being the eldest, had to step up and assume the role of the provider. In all this time, I haven’t been able to think about myself or my health until the pain in my face reminded me that I need to get help.” – Abdul Rehman
Abdul Rehman, 26 years old, developed a swelling on the left side of his face a year and a half ago, which was diagnosed as a sebaceous cyst. Over time, the cyst has grown in size and become painful. Abdul Rehman has been recommended to have it surgically excised under local anesthesia but he cannot opt for the surgery due to a shortage of money.
Abdul Rehman’s father passed away 2 years ago. At such a young age, Abdul Rehman, along with his younger brother, had to start bearing the financial burden of his entire family. Collectively, both brothers earn 20,000 PKR/month, half of which has to be set aside for rent. The rest of the income has to accommodate the expenses of the household.
Unable to afford it himself, Abdul has now sought the help of Transparent Hands to have his surgery and awaits your donations to proceed. Your contributions will help us ensure that he gets the medical attention he deserves.
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Abdul Rehman's Story
Abdul Rehman Khan, 26 years old, was diagnosed with a sebaceous cyst on the left side of his face. The doctors suggested excision of the sebaceous cyst. He was admitted in the hospital and the procedure was performed by Dr. Faryal Azhar at Maryam Memorial Hospital on 15-09-2020. After one day of hospital stay, he was discharged in a stable condition. Abdul Rehman Khan’s wound is healing rapidly and he loves to look in the mirror now.