Shazia Arshad's Story
Before diving into the gory details of Shazia Arshad’s story, please know that you can help her in the form of donation. So donate generously for Shazia Arshad’s MRI Scan
For the last ten months, 37 years old Shazia Arshad, a resident of Chakwal, had been enduring the pain in her muscles. She went to the local doctor for her checkup. The doctor gave her symptomatic medicines. She went to several doctors for the checkup regarding her pain but with the passage of time, her pain increased. Then her family took her to the hospital and after thorough checkup, the doctor advised her for a Cervical MRI scan for proper diagnosis. A cervical MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan uses energy from strong magnets to create pictures of the part of the spine that runs through the neck area (cervical spine). Not being able to take care of her children was a great distress for her.
She is a widow with three children to support. All of her children are school going. She is running her household expenses through family support. She makes merely PKR 8000 per month. Affording an MRI with this little income is not possible. She told us about her sorrowful life in the following words:
“My children are facing crises since the death of their father. I have worked hard to make them forget that they are growing up without a father. But after facing this pain, I am fearing that they might lose their mother too. The last ray of light in my gloomy and dark life is Transparent Hands. Hope they can help me.”
After a lot of distress, Shazia Arshad has registered her case with Transparent Hands. We are determined to get her happy and healthy as soon as we can. But, it won’t be possible without your help. Your donation can help the ailing heart of a mother. Therefore, we request you to please donate for Shazia Arshad’s MRI scan as much as you can.
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Shazia Arshad's Story
Shazia Arshad, a 37-year-old resident of Chakwal, had been enduring pain in her cervical spine for the last ten months. Upon consultation, the doctor advised Shazia Arshad to get an MRI of her cervical spine to diagnose the disease. For this purpose, she was sent to Maryam Memorial Hospital on 9-11-2021 to get her MRI by Dr. Soban Sarwar Gondal. Shazia’s reports revealed that she is experiencing pressure on her Cervical nerve roots along with degenerative changes in the Cervical spine. Her diagnosis was made and she now awaits the treatment.
Disclaimer: The patient was not willing to be videographed, therefore respecting the privacy only a blurred picture has been shared.