Naheed Bibi's Story
Naheed Bibi, age 40 years, came to us with the diagnosis of hepatitis C. She had ongoing health problems in the past two months. Last week, she fell severely ill and finally consulted a doctor. That is when her screening was conducted and the later results showed that she is hepatitis-C positive. Her doctor has recommended a treatment course of three months with medicines, however, Naheed Bibi has not been able to pursue it because of affordability issues. Recently, she found out about Transparent Hands and registered her case for free treatment.
Naheed Bibi has 2 sons and 2 daughters. Her husband is a laborer at a private establishment and earns just 20,000 PKR/month. Since they cannot afford a house of their own, Naheed and her family live in small one-bedroom quarters temporarily borrowed from a landlord in their village.
“On our limited income, we cannot even afford electricity sometimes. Bless our landlord who has allowed us to stay rent-free for now and sometimes even partially pays for utilities. All we can afford is just bare necessities like groceries. Paying hospital bills is completely out of question.” – Naheed Bibi
Naheed Bibi now awaits your donations to proceed. To help her manage the infection with proper medication, please contribute whatever is possible.
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Naheed Bibi's Story
40-year-old Nasheed Bibi was diagnosed with Hepatitis C. After complete tests, she was advised antiviral treatment for three months. Her treatment was carried out in Bakhtawar Amin Trust Teaching Hospital from 05.08.2020 to 23.10.2020 under the care of Dr. Abid Hussain. Her PCR report turned out to be negative on completion of the treatment. Nasheeb Bibi’s face lit up when the doctor told her she could stop taking the medicines.
“I am thankful to God and all the donors for helping me in my time of need. May God bless them all.”- Nasheed Bibi