Mon is a 40-year-old mother from Thailand. She lives with her husband and son in a small village. She is a seamstress while her husband is unemployed. Her son goes to nursery school. In her free time, she enjoys playing with her son and riding bikes with him.
Since 2015, Mon has been experiencing pain in the right side of her abdomen. She has been diagnosed with uterine myoma. She has been advised to undergo a total abdominal hysterectomy, the surgical removal of her uterus and cervix. If left untreated, Mon’s symptoms will continue to worsen and put her at risk for further health complications in the future.
Fortunately, Mon is scheduled to undergo her hysterectomy on July 19th. Our medical partner Burma Children Medical Fund (BCM) is requesting $1,500 to cover the total cost of her procedure and care. Once recovered, she will no longer experience pain.
She said, “I was depressed when I learned I have to undergo surgery, but my husband comforted me and encouraged me to continue seeking medical treatment so I will feel better.”
Mon is a 40-year-old mother from Thailand. She lives with her husband and son in a small village. She is a seamstress while her husband is u...
Mon underwent a hysterectomy.
After the surgery, Aye is currently pain-free, and her belly no longer protrudes as it did before. While she still experiences slight pain from the sutures, she can move and walk without any pain and discomfort. She can now eat and sleep well without the previous worries. As she recovers, she plans to resume her sewing job.
Expressing her gratitude, Mon said, “I want to extend my heartfelt thanks for supporting my surgery. This procedure has added significant meaning to both me and my family, relieving us of stress and financial concerns. I truly appreciate the efforts of this organization and the donors who collaborate to assist people in need. Without all of you, I wouldn’t have been able to undergo surgery as quickly as I did. The doctors and nurses have been exceptionally kind to me.”
After the surgery, Aye is currently pain-free, and her belly no longer protrudes as it did before. While she still experiences slight pain f...