Muhammad Mursaleen 's Story
Mursaleen has been silent for the past four years due to hearing loss. All the sounds we take for granted are unknown to him. It doesn’t have to be this way, though. His parents are unable to afford the cochlear implant surgery that would enable him to hear again due to financial limitations. You may really pay for his surgery with as little as $10. Help Mursaleen hear the world so he can have a happy future.
Four-year-old Muhammad Mursaleen, a resident of Qila Saifullah, was born as a hearing-impaired person. When he was a year old, his parents came to know about his disability and took him to the hospital for an evaluation. He was diagnosed with sensorineural hearing loss by the doctor following a comprehensive examination and a few diagnostic procedures. The doctor advised him to undergo cochlear implant surgery to help him hear. There are two parts to the cochlear implant. A few weeks following the surgery, the external component is attached after one is surgically inserted adjacent to the ear.
He lives in a rented house with his parents and six siblings. His father is a driver and earns just PKR 15,000 per month. He has no other source of income. A cochlear implant is an expensive surgery. Due to financial constraints, he is unable to afford the surgical expenses. His father said in a depressed tone:
“It’s disheartening to see his expressionless face because he can’t express himself.” I wish I could assist him in any manner I can, but my financial condition does not let it. Your financial contribution will enable him to hear and socialize.”
His parents found out about Transparent Hands through word of mouth and contacted us for registration. We can get him the surgery he needs for a cochlear implant as soon as we get your financial contribution. His parents can’t afford the cochlear implant surgery, and that’s the only thing standing in the way of a better future for him. Help Mursaleen hear the world and allow him to live his life to the fullest.
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.
Muhammad Mursaleen 's Story
Muhammad Mursaleen, a four-year-old boy from Qila Saifullah, was born deaf. His parents discovered his hearing impairment when he was one year old and took him to the hospital for evaluation. After a thorough examination and diagnostic procedures, the doctor diagnosed him with sensorineural hearing loss.
To help Mursaleen regain his ability to hear, the doctor recommended cochlear implant surgery. This procedure involves two parts: a surgical implant placed near the ear and an external component that is attached a few weeks later. Unfortunately, Mursaleen's parents couldn't afford the cost of the surgery due to financial constraints. However, they heard about Transparent Hands through word of mouth and reached out for registration. Thanks to the generosity of donors, Mursaleen was given the opportunity to undergo cochlear implant surgery and restore his hearing.
He was admitted to Ali Medical Centre, Islamabad, where Dr. Jawwad successfully performed his surgery on 21-06-2023. With great skill and expertise, Dr. Jawwad successfully implanted the internal component, marking an important milestone in Mursaleen's journey toward hearing restoration. He was discharged from the hospital after a one-day stay.
Mursaleen's path to full hearing recovery began gradually. After a few weeks, the external component of the cochlear implant was implanted by a skilled doctor. Through subsequent sessions of speech therapy, Mursaleen underwent a transformative process, learning to perceive and process sounds.
Throughout the speech therapy sessions, Mursaleen received dedicated support and guidance from a proficient speech therapist. This support helped him develop his language and communication skills.
Now equipped with the cochlear implant, Mursaleen experiences a newfound ability to actively participate in conversations and engage in social gatherings with increased comfort. The life-changing surgery was made financially accessible for Mursaleen and his family thanks to the invaluable contributions and unwavering support of compassionate donors.