Nasir Mahmood's Story
“Please save him. I urge all of you to please help him as soon as possible. He has already had a stroke once and now, because of kidney dysfunction, his blood pressure is erratic again. He barely has any life in him, he will not survive another stroke.” – Nasir’s son
For the past 30 years, Nasir Mahmood, 58 years old, has been suffering from extensive health problems due to diabetes and high blood pressure. A few years ago, he experienced a stroke that left his right side completely paralyzed and further deteriorated his health. Now, he is facing chronic renal failure. His kidneys are not working on their own and he requires regular dialysis. For dialysis to start, an arteriovenous fistula (AV fistula) needs to be surgically created on his arm for the dialysis needle.
Nasir has 3 children. His eldest son works at a private company and earns 21,000 PKR/month. This is the sole income source for Nasir’s entire family and accounts for their daily expenses as well as Nasir’s medication. Since his son cannot accommodate any added expenditures, he has requested Transparent Hands’ help for his father’s procedure.
Nasir’s already fragile health can deteriorate further any day because of renal failure. Please come to his rescue by donating to him urgently.
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Nasir Mahmood's Story
Nasir Mahmood, 58 years old, was suffering from chronic kidney disease (CKD) for the last 30 years. He was also suffering from hypertension and paralysis on one side of the body. He was advised hemodialysis through AV Fistula formation. Nasir was treated by Dr. Faisal Zaeem on 10-06-20, in Lahore Care Hospital. He stayed for one day and was discharged in perfect health.