Razia Bibi's Story
Razia Bibi, 27 years old, is currently pregnant with her fourth child. Her son and both her daughters were delivered through C-section surgeries. This time again, her doctor has advised her to undergo a C-section as she cannot opt for normal delivery due to possible complications. Financial restrictions, however, are making it impossible for her to arrange for her operation.
Muhammad Usman, Razia’s husband, works as a laborer with a mason and earns 15,000 PKR a month. This couple and their 3 children live in a small house in Khanewal that has been lent to them by Razia’s in-laws. Since both her parents-in-law live in the same house, Razia and her husband are financially responsible for them too.
All of Razia’s previous C-sections were paid for by her elder sister and other relatives. This time around, they are unable to financially help her out and she cannot afford private treatment on her own due to an extremely low income.
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Razia Bibi's Story
27-year-old Razia Bibi was advised a lower segment Caesarean section by her gynaecologist. She was admitted in Abid hospital and the procedure was performed by Dr. Sadaf Aqeel on 19.10.2020. Razia gave birth to a beautiful little baby girl and was discharged in a stable condition after two days of hospital stay. She is delighted to welcome the new life and both the mother and the baby are doing well.
“We were not in a condition to pay for this procedure so I was very worried when the doctor told me that it was essential for me. I am extremely grateful to all the people who helped me in my difficult time.”- Razia Bibi