Donate to Usama Ismail for His Herniotomy
Usama Ismail's Story
Usama Ismail, 2 years of age, lives with his parents and two sisters. siblings. Usama has been a patient of hernia since birth, but his family cannot afford to pay for his surgery. The doctors suggested him a herniotomy – surgery for fixation of hernia, but government hospitals wouldn’t admit him due to their backlog of surgeries and private hospitals are asking for a lot of money that is beyond their affordability.
His father has been paralysed for a year now and is also suffering from renal disease. He has not been able to work or provide for his family. They survive on the bare minimum, mostly with support from their relatives. They are a family of 11 people who reside under the same roof.
“My son is in severe abdominal pain and discomfort due to which she is unable to walk. He also feels nauseous all the time especially after food intake.” -Usama’s mother
Fortunately, Usama’s mother got to know about Transparent Hands through and she immediately visited our office. Usama is now scheduled for his herniotomy
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Usama Ismail's Story
Usama Ismail, 2 years old, had a bulge in his inguinal area on the right side. On medical check-up, he was diagnosed with inguinal hernia and was advised surgery for it. His inguinal herniotomy surgery was performed by Dr. Naeem on 24-11-20 at Maryam Memorial Hospital, Rawalpindi. He stayed in the hospital for a day and was discharged in a stable condition.
“Usama’s surgery was successful. We are very thankful to all the donors for their generous contribution for my son’s surgery.”- Usama Ismail’s mother said