Iqra Yahya's Story
Iqra Yahya from Kasur, now aged two was born with an abnormal rectal path. Soon necrotising Fasciitis began to develop. Necrotising Fasciitis is a rare but life-threatening infection of the soft tissues. It is characterised by subtle, rapid onset of spreading inflammation and necrosis starting from the fascia, muscles, and subcutaneous fat, with subsequent necrosis of the overlying skin. On the fifth day of her life, a colostomy was performed and a stoma was placed. By the grace of Almighty, Iqra Yahya has healed and therefore, now requires colostomy closure. Unfortunately, this procedure was being delayed due to financial constraints until her family got connected to Transparent Hands. Her father shares their ordeal based on the previous two years in the following words:
“I am a security guard and for the past two years I am struggling for my daughter’s life. Poverty has tied my hands. With a meagre income of PKR. 18000, I have a family of eight to provide for, a house on rent and a debt surmounting to PKR. 80,000. I am failing to afford health care for my little angel.”
Luckily, now that Iqra Yahya and her family have been connected with Transparent Hands, you can make this procedure possible. Generously, donate for Iqra Yaya’s colostomy closure in order for her to enter the world of normalcy.
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Iqra Yahya's Story
Iqra Yahya from Kasur, now aged two developed Necrotizing Fasciitis soon after birth. On the fifth day of her life, a colostomy was performed and a stoma was placed. By the grace of Almighty, Iqra Yahya recovered from the illness and healed well. She was advised colostomy closure. For this purpose, Iqra Yahya was admitted to Lahore Care Hospital where her surgery was performed by Dr. Sajjad Nayyar on 28.04.2021. She stayed in the hospital for seven days and was discharged in a stable condition. Iqra and her family now look forward to her healthy life.