Sharjah (INP) – A team of capable surgeons from the United Arab Emirates has successfully operated on a Pakistani migrant who has been living with 200 kidney stones for four years.
According to the Khaleej Times, Pakistani citizen Mian Khan was told by several doctors in Pakistan that he would have to have a kidney removed due to multiple kidney stones. After which he had to contact doctors in the UAE. The migrant, who has been living in Dubai for 12 years, was admitted to the Birjeel Specialty Hospital in Sharjah where he was treated for his rare disease ‘Stag Horn Calculus’.
According to specialist urologist Dr. Vaibhu, “We removed 200 stones through a hole in the patient’s back. The patient recovered well three days after the surgery and was sent home. Mian Khan suffered again eight days later.” The cause was brought to the hospital where he had to undergo another surgery, which resulted in the completion of a difficult procedure to stop the bleeding in his urethra.
Four years later, Khan says he has finally got rid of the pain. I used to have a lot of pain while driving. I was forced to sit with one leg on the other. I had to sleep with a pillow to my left. I lost all hope because of the pain. “