Beenish Haroon's Story
Beenish Haroon, a 27-year-old resident of Faisalabad, had been enduring repeated episodes of biliary colic for several months. Despite seeking medical help at a local hospital and taking prescribed painkillers, her condition did not improve. Instead, her pain intensified over time, prompting her to return to the hospital for further evaluation. After undergoing diagnostic tests, the doctor diagnosed her with Cholelithiasis, a condition characterized by the formation of hardened deposits in the gallbladder. These gallstones can obstruct the bile ducts and lead to severe infections. To alleviate her symptoms and prevent further complications, the doctor recommended an open cholecystectomy.
However, with limited financial resources, Beenish’s family faced a significant hurdle in accessing the necessary surgical procedure. In their search for assistance, they learned about Transparent Hands and approached the organization with hope. Recognizing the importance of timely medical care, Transparent Hands registered Beenish’s case and pledged support.
Beenish was admitted to Lahore Care Hospital, where she underwent the operation under the skillful hands of Dr. Ahmad Fawad on 21-09-2023. The surgical procedure was a success, marking a turning point in Beenish’s health journey. The medical team at Lahore Care Hospital provided excellent care and support throughout her stay, ensuring her well-being and a smooth recovery.
After just one day, Beenish was discharged from the hospital, her heart brimming with gratitude and newfound relief. The support she received from Transparent Hands, granted her a new lease on life. As Beenish resumed her daily life, she carried a deep sense of gratitude for the assistance she had received. She acknowledged the compassion and generosity that had changed her life and looked forward to a brighter future.
With her pain alleviated and a renewed sense of well-being, Beenish embraced each day with gratitude and optimism. Now, she could cherish her health and the opportunities that lay ahead.