Jan Muhammad awaits VSD Closure 

Jan Muhammad awaits VSD Closure 

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Jan Muhammad's Story

Jan Muhammad awaits VSD Closure. Before you dwell on the painful details of ’s ailment, know that your help can make a huge change in his life. Therefore, we request you to kindly donate as much as you can to make a positive change in his life.

Eight years old, Jan Muhammad, a resident of Turbat, has been enduring the pain of congenital heart defect by birth. His parents took him for a check-up. He was diagnosed with VSD when he was 3 months old. Then the doctor advised him to undergo a surgical procedure known as Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD) closure. But due to minimal financial resources, Jan Muhammad’s family couldn’t proceed with this surgery. Presently, he fell ill again. For this purpose he was taken to a government hospital. The doctors advised him to undergo a surgery, but for that they gave him one year’s time. His family then took him to Aga Khan. There the doctors advised him of the same procedure, and the cost of the bills was much higher as compared to the government hospitals. The doctors then referred him to Transparent Hands. 

Jan Muhammad lives in a joint family system. His father is a taxi driver who earns a monthly income of PKR. 10,000. Therefore, he cannot afford Jan’s surgery. After verification, Jan Muhammad’s case has been registered with Transparent Hands. After registration, his father shared  their ordeal with them in the following manner:

“My beloved son is hovering on the threshold of life and death. I do not have the heart to see him suffer anymore. Whoever is reading this, I request you to please donate for my son’s surgery.”

Luckily, now that Jan Muhammad and his family has been connected with Transparent Hands, we are determined to help him but that is not possible without your support. As Jan Muhammad awaits VSD Closure, we urge you to donate as much as you can for his surgery and save his heart.

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Jan Muhammad's Story

Jan Muhammad, an 8-year-old resident of Turbat, had been enduring difficulty in breathing and discoloration since birth. His parents took him to a nearby hospital where he was diagnosed with Ventricular Septal Defect (VSD). He was not healthy enough to undergo surgery and the doctors asked his parents to wait. In a recent consultation, the doctor advised him to undergo Ventricular Septal Defect Closure surgery as a lasting cure. For this purpose, he was sent to the Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi. His procedure was done by Dr. Waris Ahmed on 09-12-2021. He stayed in the hospital for four days and was discharged in satisfactory condition. Jan Muhammad is now slowly recovering and looks forward to a healthy bright future.

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