Sorphea is a 26-year-old factory worker who has three brothers and three sisters. She likes to work, do housework, and go out with friends.
When she was a child, Sorphea developed an ear infection. The infection spread to both ears and perforated the tympanic membrane in each. She experiences ear discharge and hearing loss, and she hears ringing and buzzing in her ears. Sorphea’s condition makes her unhappy and makes it difficult for her to hear at work.
Fortunately, Sorphea learned about our medical partner, Children’s Surgical Centre (CSC) from a relative. On November 3, 2016, CSC surgeons performed a myringoplasty in each ear to repair the perforated tympanic membrane and stop the ear discharge and pain. Over time, Sorphea’s hearing will improve. Now, she needs help to fund this $831 procedure.
“I hope the ear discharge will stop and I will have good hearing,” says Sorphea.
Sorphea’s aunt, who accompanied her to surgery, adds, “I hope that after the operation, my niece’s ear discharge will stop, and she will have good hearing and good health.”