Tumubwine reported complaining of right-sided iliac fossa pain for the whole month. This pain brings her discomfort in that she feels it more when carrying out any heavy-duty or working for longer hours hence living a poor quality of life. If not treated, symptoms may persist.
Tumubwine had never tried out seeking medical attention since money for her treatment is a problem. Having heard of the SAFE program at Nyakibale via a brother who is staff within the hospital, she decided to come for support. A diagnosis of right tub ovarian mass and cystectomy was recommended as a treatment for the goodness of her condition.
Tumubwine is a 28 years old mother to one child has both parents who are small scale farmers. She was born with six siblings were by some are teachers and another one is a nurse. Her husband is a bodaboda rider she can’t afford the cost of her surgery, she needs SAFE programs support.