Irshad Bibi's Story
“We have been so worried ever since my diagnosis. I have to be extra careful due to the contagious nature of this disease. I have a 7-year-old and I don’t want to pass it on to him so I sent him temporarily to his aunt’s house. But a child needs his mother and a mother needs her child. I cannot wait to get better so he can come back home.” – Irshad Bibi
Irshad Bibi, age 46 years, came to us with a diagnosis of Hepatitis C. The doctor that conducted her diagnosis has recommended her a treatment course of three months. She has not been able to get treatment because of affordability issues but recently, she visited a Transparent Hands medical camp and learned that she can register her case for free treatment. She now awaits your donations to proceed.
Irshad Bibi’s husband is a daily wage laborer and earns at most 500 PKR/day (12,000/month on average). She has a son, who is 7 years old. She lives with her husband in his inherited house, which he jointly owns and occupies with his 2 brothers. Unfortunately, one of her husband’s brothers has a mental illness so along with managing the day to day expenses of the family, the other two brothers also have to handle the medical expenses of his treatment.
Irshad’s family cannot afford her hepatitis-C treatment but together, we can raise enough funds to provide it to her for free.
Please join us to help her out.
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Irshad Bibi's Story
Irshad Bibi, 46 years old, was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. She was advised treatment after undergoing several tests. Her workup was done and she was treated in Bakhtawer Amin Memorial Trust under the care of Dr. Mumtaz Ather. Her treatment started on 12-06-2020 and ended on 04-08-2020. After treatment, her PCR report for Hepatitis turned out to be negative and her liver profile also improved with antiviral treatment. Now, she is perfectly alright.