Muhammad Aslam's Story
Muhammad Aslam has been suffering from pain due to the presence of numerous stones in his left kidney as well as bladder. These stones first emerged in his left kidney 3 years ago and have grown in number ever since. Despite being aware of these stones, Aslam did not undergo surgery and relied on medication to release him from kidney pain temporarily. Now these stones have grown large and are creating a blockage in his left kidney, causing mild hydronephrosis. Moreover some stones have also passed out from the kidney, to the bladder. Aslam has also been showing symptoms of blood in urine and pain in bladder. According to the tests, he has 2 large calculi present in his left kidney and another 3 in his bladder currently.
Muhammad Aslam is a farmer, living in Bhawalnagar with his wife and three children. His two daughters are married while his son is still studying. Aslam’s earning depends on the selling of his crops. This income however is barely enough to help the family survive through a whole year. He cannot afford to pay for his own treatment which was why he preferred medication over treatment. However now he needs a surgery to remove the stones from his kidney and bladder. Help Aslam by donating for his surgery.
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Muhammad Aslam's Story
Muhammad Aslam had kidney stones in his bladder, blocking the flow of urine. Dr. Mazhar suggested endoscopic surgery to remove the stones from the bladder. Muhammad Aslam was admitted in Zainab Memorial Hospital on 22nd September. The operation took place the very same day and was successful. “I feel no pain in my chest or during urinating. Dr. Mazhar is a very skilled doctor and I am grateful to him and all of you in helping me remove my stones.” Muhammad Aslam was discharged from the hospital on 23rd September 2014.