Fateh Sakhi's Story
Fateh Sakhi has had numerous small stones in her kidney for more than a year now. She had been experiencing regular waves of pain in her abdomen during all this time. However she was not aware of the source of this problem until she had an ultrasound a few months ago, in which small stones were detected in her right kidney. Fateh started taking ‘desi’ medicine prepared in her area ever since, but that did not help her at all, not even in relieving her from the pain. She seeks surgery to remove these stones, which have been growing in her kidney for a year, permanently. 40 year old Fateh lives with her husband and children in Kasur. Only the youngest child in her family has joined school, whereas the rest of the family remains uneducated. That is the reason why neither Fateh, nor anyone in her family was able to understand why she was in pain. Fateh’s husband tries his best to financially support his family by earning through daily wages. Troubled by their finances, Fateh and her husband were unable to find a cheap surgery treatment in Kasur and came to Lahore for help. They were guided to the Transparent Hands office at Zainab Hospital. Let’s help pay for Fateh’s kidney surgery
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Fateh Sakhi's Story
Fateh had large stones detected in her right kidney during her recent checkup. She was admitted in Zainab Memorial Hospital on 23rd September 2014, a day after she came to Transparent Hands with her ailment. Dr. Mazhar handled this case and performed lithotripsy treatment on her. Fateh’s treatment took place at 2 pm and it was a success. All the remains of stones were wiped out. Fateh gave the following statement before leaving “I cannot ever repay you for all your help. I can just give you my blessings and keep praying for you and all the doctors and people who were a great help for us.”