Nazakat Ali's Story
50-year-old Nazakat Ali has been suffering from kidney problems for the last few months. So far, he has been seeking help at the local clinics in his village area but has not been properly diagnosed. For a urologist to evaluate his condition, Nazakat needs to show the results of a CT scan of his kidneys, ureters, and bladder (KUB).
Since a CT scan is a costly diagnostic test, Nazakat has sought the help of Transparent Hands for his workup. Nazakat’s only asset is a small house that he owns and lives in with his wife and 6 children. Other than that, this family only has a small income of 12,000 PKR to depend on for their monthly expenditures.
“I have been worried ever since I consulted a doctor and he hinted that something might be wrong with my kidneys. Just a small test is so costly, I worry that if this gets any worse, I might have to get expensive treatments that I cannot even afford in my dreams. The sooner I get my test done, the sooner I can find out how bad my condition really is. I request the people who want to reach out to please send a little help my way too.” – Nazakat Ali
To reach out to Nazakat, all you have to do is click Donate Now and send in a contribution to the cost of his diagnostic workup.
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Nazakat Ali's Story
Nazakat Ali, 50 years old, had pain in his kidneys. He was advised to get a urinary incontinence test (CT KUB). He couldn’t afford to get the test done which caused him great stress. Transparent Hands helped him with his test and procedure. His procedure performed by Dr Saira Iqbal on 04-07-20 at Maryam Memorial Hospital and he was later discharged in a stable condition. Nazakat Ali has resumed living his normal life.