Muhammad Sudais's Story
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Muhammad Sudais aged 4, lives in Swat. He was suffering from sensorineural hearing loss since his birth. His parents didn’t know that at first, but when he turned one year old, his parents got suspicious due to his unresponsiveness to their voices. They took him to the hospital and the doctors diagnosed him with SNHL. Sensorineural hearing loss, or SNHL, is categorized by inner ear damage. The inner ear comprises a spiraling organ called the cochlea that contains tiny hair called stereocilia. These hairs convert vibrations from sound waves into neural signals that are carried to the brain via the auditory nerve. It is sadly the most common type of permanent hearing loss. Although medicine or surgery cannot fix this issue properly, a cochlear implant can help a great deal.
A cochlear implant helps the patient to detect the sound and the direction of the sound as well. This progress enables them to acquaint themselves with the surrounding sounds. A cochlear implant is an expensive surgical procedure that Muhammad Sudais’s father cannot afford with his mere income of PKR. 12,000 and a family of 4 members to feed.
“At first we thought he was too small to understand. We got suspicious after one year when he was still unresponsive to our voice. I can feel my son’s loneliness while sitting with children his age and not hearing their voice. Just seeing them play and sitting between them clueless. It is heartbreaking.”
Luckily, now that Transparent Hands has registered Muhammad Sudais’s case, we can make this surgery possible with your help. Donate for Muhammad Sudais’s Cochlear Implant generously so he can enjoy the beautiful sounds of the world.
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Muhammad Sudais's Story
Muhammad Sudais Khan, a four-year-old resident of Swat, was not responding to his parents’ voices even when he was one year old. His parents took him to the doctor. After examination, the doctor diagnosed him with sensorineural hearing loss. The ENT specialist advised him to undergo cochlear implant surgery. Muhammad Sudais was referred to Ali Medical Complex, Islamabad where the cochlear implant surgery was done by Dr. Jawad on 11.12.2021 and the internal component was fixed. He was discharged on the date of his surgery. He is recovering well postoperatively. He will have the external component fixed after six weeks.