Ramesh is a 31-year-old man from Nepal. “Ramesh has been a patient of epilepsy for the last three years,” shares our medical partner, Possible. “For the past three days Ramesh has been vomiting whatever he eats and has been experiencing pain. On examination, it was discovered that he has a hernia.”
A hernia is a condition where a portion of soft tissue, such as the intestines, begins to poke through the abdominal wall. Hernias cause pain, especially during physical activity.
Ramesh lives by himself. He previously worked in India to make ends meet but his condition forced him to move back to Nepal. Ramesh’s brother decided to bring him to the hospital after becoming worried about his condition.
$491 will provide Ramesh with the medical care to treat his hernia and reposition his intestine behind the abdominal wall. “Having the surgery will not only prevent Ramesh’s hernia strangulation but it will also relieve his pain,” shares Possible.
“I hope Ramesh’s surgery happens soon and is successful,” shares Ramesh’s brother.
Ramesh is a 31-year-old man from Nepal. “Ramesh has been a patient of epilepsy for the last three years,” shares our medical partner, Possib...
Ramesh received successful treatment for his hernia.
Ramesh’s surgery went well, reports our medical partner in Nepal, Possible. Though Ramesh will face some immediate effects from treatment, such as minor pain and inability to perform certain activities, his condition is quickly improving. “Because Ramesh lives by himself he will be in a look out for a job now that his condition has been treated,” Possible shares. “However, he will have to be very careful about not lifting heavy weight and doing strenuous activities. However, simple exercises like walking will aid his healing immensely.”
Possible continues, “In about two months’ time, Ramesh can go about his daily activities without any difficulty.”
In his post-operative interview, Ramesh was happy but anxious about his progress. “Although I am better now, I am plagued thinking about how to go about my life now,” he shares. “When one is a burden to everyone around, living in a state of illness becomes utterly difficult.” Fortunately, Ramesh’s doctors believe he will make a full recovery thanks to the treatment he received.
Ramesh's surgery went well, reports our medical partner in Nepal, Possible. Though Ramesh will face some immediate effects from treatment, s...