Help Bano walk on her own once again!
Bano Mushtaq's Story
“Bano Mushtaq has a large lump growing in her right leg, filled with abscess. The lump makes it difficult for her to stand and walk on her own. She needs physical support from her sisters while walking. The source of this growing abscess is not known yet. The large lump has become a heavy weight for Bano which makes it hard for her to maintain her balance. She needs an immediate surgery to free her leg from the abscess, to avoid any infection from taking place.
Bano Mushtaq is unmarried and does not own a place of her own. She lives with two of her sisters, smong which one works while the other is studying. Bano cannot contribute to her sister’s income, because it’s impossible for her to find any work in her current situation. The abscess in her leg keeps on growing. Doctorsd have suggested an MRI test to first find the source of the abscess and then remove the lump from Bano’s leg. However the surgery amount they mentioned to Bano’s sister was way more than she can arrange. Bano needs your donations for her surgery, so she can walk on her own once again.
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Bano Mushtaq's Story
Bano was admitted in Zainab Memorial Hospital on 1st September 2014. She was consulted by Dr. Ajmal, who drained the abscess present in her leg. Bano remain admitted in the hospital for the next few days till the doctor confirmed that the abscess will not develop again. Her younger sister said “My sister was in continuous pressure and pain because of this lump. She could not walk or stand on her own and would lose her balance all the time. Now we can go home and she can start practicing to walk around with our help. Thank you so much for your kindness and help.” Bano was discharged from the hospital on 9th September.