Nasir Hussain's Story
Empathy makes you cognizant to everyone’s pains as if they are your own. The pain turns twofold when you see a child wailing in pain. 5 years old Nasir Hussain has been suffering from Anorectal Malformation by birth. Anorectal Malformation is a congenital condition, which results in a malformed stool passage and affects the child’s bowel movements. To manage this, Nasir Hussain’s colostomy was done at a local hospital just after his birth.
Now, Nasir Hussain has to undergo the second step of the procedure, PSARP is a procedure, which surgically creates the child’s anus within the sphincter muscle.
Nasir’s father – the sole earner of the family works at a private firm. With a monthly income of 17,000 rupees and a family of 4 to take care of he is unable to bear the financial stress of his son’s treatment.
“The ground beneath my feet swept away when we got to know about my son’s disease. I immediately thought that I do not even have enough money to feed my family, from where will I get the money for his treatment. Thankfully, someone told us about Transparent Hands and we have requested for help. They are our last hope.” -Nasir Hussain’s father
Upon a colleague’s suggestion, Nasir’s parents have visited the Transparent Hands office to seek urgent assistance. We believe that every child should have access to a healthy, normal life and have taken up their case. Please donate to Nasir Hussain for his PSARP and help him get one-step closer to having a normal life.
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Nasir Hussain's Story
Nasir Hussain, 5 years old, was born with an absent back passage and was diagnosed with anorectal malformation at the time of birth. His colostomy was performed for temporary passage of stool. Later, the doctor advised PSARP surgery for him. For this purpose, he was admitted in Lahore Care Hospital and the procedure was performed by Dr. Bilal Mirza on 12.12.2020. His PSARP surgery was done through abdominal approach to make his back passage. He stayed in the hospital for three days and was discharged in a stable condition. His post-operative recovery was satisfactory.