Muhammad Tanveer's Story
Tanveer has been struggling against kidney pain for more than five months. Numerous stones were detected in his right kidney during ultrasound. Tanveer has also been showing other symptoms other than pain, including fever and urine blockage. Doctors have suggested lithotripsy treatment to permanently remove the stones from his kidney. Muhammad Tanveer belongs to a village in Sargodha. He works in a cloth shop from where he makes his earnings for the family. His father also sells spare parts for a living while the eldest brother works as a civil servant in Lahore, who doesn’t want to help anyone. Ever since Tanveer started experiencing pain, he was brought to Lahore for treatment since medication was not helping at all. Tanveer visited the Mayo hospital at least four times, but never got admission because all the beds were full. His friend who is a rickshaw driver referred him to Transparent Hands for help. Tanveer has been suggested lithotripsy surgery, but he is unable to pay for it. Let’s give him a hand and contribute for his surgery!