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My older sister who is 24 years old, has been suffering from chronic kidney disease for the past 4 years, however suddenly her health declined resulting in her kidneys' failure. We have been told by doctors to put her up for dialysis and then kidney transplant as soon as possible to be able to save her life, or else there is a good chance of her heart stopping. We live in Hyderabad, Telangana with just our mother who is the sole earning member of our family. Because of the pandemic we have hardly enough to run the house. We are in desperate need of funds to continue my sister's treatment.
Update: 24th May 2022
After months of dialysis and medications, she has finally found a donor with a kidney match. She is due for transplant today but the hospital requires 1,200,000 rupees upfront of which 400,000 have been paid. She finally has a chance to do the urgent kidney transplant but can do so only with your help. This is an earnest message to donate any amount you possibly can, and spread the message to whomsoever may be able to help. Any sort of help will be greatly appreciated and of great value.
We are so grateful, hopeful, and devastated at the same time.
Thank you so much for your help.
- Mahboob Unnisa
- Campaign Owner
Immediate help for the transplantUpdate posted by Mahboob Unnisa at 10:09 am
After a whole year of waiting and being on dialysis, my sister has finally found a kidney match for her dialysis. However, the hospital requires us to pay 12 lakh rupees (15465.01dollars) up front for the transplant. We paid 4 lakh (5000 dollars) and have promised to pay them as. . . . .
Update 5. Estimated amount more than expectedUpdate posted by Mahboob Unnisa at 09:51 pm
Asalamalaikum everyone. Here is a quick update of the current situation. My sister is continuing with her dialysis, thanks to you all. We are very grateful, Jazakallahu khair. My mother and sister got their first shot of the covid vaccine and are waiting for another shot to travel to India. . . . .
Update 2Update posted by Mahboob Unnisa at 02:12 pm
She recently got her discharge from the hospital. Her catheter and her first 2 dialysis have been successful and a big thank you to all of you for your help and donations. However we need more of your help and support for her transplant and further procedures. Jazakallahu khair
UpdateUpdate posted by Mahboob Unnisa at 02:08 pm
This is just an update. Her catheter and her first 2 dialysis have been successful and a big thank you to all of you for your help and donations. However we need more help for her transplant and further procedures. Jazakallahu khair
Patient's statusUpdate posted by Mahboob Unnisa at 09:47 am
My sister will be admitted in the hospital tomorrow, hopefully. She is still really unwell, but with your support she will be admitted as soon as possible and be put up for dialysis