Donate to Razia Bibi for Her Hysterectomy
Razia Bibi's Story
A few months ago, Razia Bibi started to experience symptoms of severe abdominal pain and heavy menstrual bleeding. She went to a lady doctor in her town who gave her some medicines for relief. When medicines did not help, Razia Bibi consulted another clinic to get a second opinion. The doctor performed an ultrasound test and diagnosed Razia Bibi with uterine fibroids, which are benign growths in the uterus. She has now been advised to undergo surgery to remove the uterus (total abdominal hysterectomy) for permanent relief.
Razia Bibi’s husband works as a driver and hardly earns 12,000 PKR a month to support his wife and 2 children. In such a meager income, he cannot afford the cost of his wife’s surgical treatment. Razia Bibi and her husband came to Transparent Hands hoping to get her operated on free of cost. She has now been registered with us and is waiting for the completion of her donation campaign.
“I barely have the energy to move and need to lie down a lot. In the past few months, my condition has brought my life to a stop. I wish I could be treated as soon as possible so that I can get back to my normal active life.” – Razia Bibi
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Razia Bibi's Story
32-year-old Razia Bibi, 32, was diagnosed with multiple fibroids in her uterus and was recommended a total abdominal hysterectomy by her gynecologist. She was admitted in the hospital and was operated by Dr. Nuzhat Jahangir on 21st September, 2020 at Ahmad Medical Complex, Mardan. Her uterus and cervix were removed. She stayed in the hospital for three days and was discharged in a stable condition. Razia Bibi feels much better after her surgery and has regained the strength to perform the daily household chores.