Hassan Mehmood's Story
Hasan Mehmood awaits Fistulotomy. Hasan Mehmood has been suffering from a very painful disease for the past 13 months. Before diving into the gory details of his ailment, I want you to know that your help can save him from bearing more of this pain. So please donate for his surgery.
Hasan Mehmood, aged 43 is a resident of Natha Khan Goth. 13 months ago he started feeling a little pain in the rectum while sitting or passing stool. He got himself checked at a local clinic but his pain didn’t subside. It got worse day by day. Then he consulted a general surgeon where he was diagnosed to have been suffering from fistula-in-ano. Fistula-in-ano is an abnormal hollow tract that is lined with granulation tissue connecting the primary opening inside the anal canal to a secondary opening in the perianal skin. The surgeon then advised him to undergo Fistulotomy, which is a corrective surgery that will relieve him of his sufferings.
Hasan Mehmood is a security guard by profession who earns a mere income of PKR. 15,000. He has 3 family members to support and with this income, he can’t afford to fund his surgery.
“I can’t sit properly, I can’t pass the stool properly, I can’t even sleep properly. This pain is not letting me do anything and I have a family to support. It’s been a nightmare for me. I have been suffering for the past 13 months and I really want this suffering to end.” -Hasan Mehmood
Hassan Mehmood’s doctor referred him to Transparent Hands and now we are working to get Hasan Mehmood’s surgery done. All we need is your support in the form of donations. As Hasan Mehmood awaits Fistulotomy, your donation can relieve Hasan’s pain.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.