Donate to Azra Parvin for her Lap. Cholecystectomy
Azra Parvin's Story
“Some days, it is really hard to keep going on. I cannot rest even though my health does not permit exertion and stress. I do not have the luxury. Who will look after my house and my children? But it gets really hard to keep going on with this pain. I just want to be healthy so I can take care of myself and my family.” – Azra
Azra Parvin, 39, has been experiencing pain in her Right Hypochondriac area along with abdominal stretch and vomiting for the past year. She has been diagnosed with Cholelithiasis and the doctors have advised a Cholecystectomy for relief.
Azra, her husband, and their 4 children live in a small house near Sahiwal, which has been lent to them by relatives. Most household duties are taken care of by Azra but over the past 6 months, her condition has incapacitated her. Her husband lost one eye in an accident and severely damaged the other. He works as a street vendor and earns a paltry amount of 10,000 rupees every month on average.
Transparent Hands was contacted to help get her a free Cholecystectomy.
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Azra Parvin's Story
Azra Parvin, 27 years old, was suffering from pain in the right hypochondrium along with vomiting. She was diagnosed with symptomatic gallstones and was advised surgery for her symptoms. Her laparoscopic cholecystectomy was done on 08-12-19, at Abid Hospital, Mian Channu, by Dr Abdul Saeed Sajjid. She remained admitted for 2 days and had good post-operative recovery. Azra was discharged symptom free, in good health.