Nazeeran Bibi's Story
“I feel really weak and lifeless all the time. The past few months have been especially hard. I feel like I can barely get up from the bed. The doctor told me it’s due to the constant blood loss; my body isn’t replacing the blood as fast as it’s losing it and without the operation, the bleeding won’t stop.” – Nazeeran Bibi
Nazeeran Bibi, 45 years old, is suffering from uterine fibroids as well as a cyst on her ovary (adnexal cyst). This causes constant bleeding and bouts of severe pain in her lower abdomen that persist despite painkillers. To get better, she requires a hysterectomy, which is a surgical procedure to remove the uterus, and the removal of the ovarian cyst through a laparotomy.
Nazeeran Bibi lives in Khanewal with her husband and 4 small children. Since she cannot work due to her condition, her husband is the only breadwinner in the family. Working as a daily wage laborer, he earns an average of just 10,000 PKR each month, which fails to cover even the basic expenses of his family. It is impossible for Nazeeran Bibi or her husband to pay for her operation. Hence, they have asked Transparent Hands for medical assistance.
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Nazeeran Bibi's Story
Nazeeran Bibi, 45 years old, presented with lower abdominal pain. She was worked up and diagnosed to have a fibroid uterus with a right ovarian cyst. She was advised total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH). Her surgery was done on 26-07-20, at Abid Hospital, Mian Channu, by Dr. Sadaf Aqeel. She remained admitted for 3 days and was discharged in a stable condition.