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Mother Of 3 Is Completely Paralyzed Due To Rare Disease, Needs Help

Nigar is someone you can rely on. She's kindhearted and loving, and has helped so many people along the way. Whether it’s her own family or an elder in the neighbourhood, Nigar is always there to lend a helping hand. A mother of three young children, Nigar took free tuitions for over 40 underprivileged children in her home in Channapatna, before a dangerous disease took over her life. In just two days, the active and cheerful 35-year-old was paralyzed. She couldn’t move or even swallow her own saliva. As her terrified children watched her being taken to Bangalore for treatment, they asked their father “When will mumma come back?”

It’s been nearly three months since that fateful day in November, and Nigar continues to fight for her life.


Nigar with her children - Ariyan and Ayan

In 48 hours, she was completely paralyzed

Nigar has Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a rare and dangerous disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks the nerves. This spreads quickly and paralyses the whole body. Nigar’s husband, Asghar, now shuttles between Bangalore and Channapatna, taking care of the children, the small farm that they own and visiting his wife. Nigar’s younger sister, Rahat, and her mother, Gulnaaz, stay with her in the hospital.



“She started having pain in her legs on 10th November, but didn’t think much of it. Two days later, suddenly, she couldn’t move her legs at all. It was on Monday morning when her children were getting ready to go to school, that her condition deteriorated, and her entire body got paralyzed. She was then rushed to Bangalore by her husband.” – Rahat, Nigar’s sister

With medication and physiotherapy, Nigar’s condition is slowly improving. She has now slowly started moving her fingers and her neck, but she still has a long way to recover completely.


Nigar's sister, Rahat, and their mother in the hospital ward

Her children miss her every day, they're waiting for her to come home 

Rehaan (12), Ariyan (10) and Ayan (7) are everything to Nigar. Even now in the hospital, her eyes light up every time she hears their voice or sees their picture.

“Her children miss her terribly. They come to visit her over the weekends, and video call her over the weekdays. She can’t talk or move, but she sees them and hears them. They know something is wrong and their mumma is hurt, but they’re too young to understand why this is happening. They tell her to come back home soon. I know she’s fighting with all her might to go back to them.” – Rahat

Nigar and her husband Asghar with their youngest child

It's been an uphill battle for the entire family - here's how you can help

Nigar needs continued treated and physiotherapy to survive this dangerous disease. Her husband owns a small piece of land and earns just enough to take care of his family. Her sister works in a private company and has helped as much as she can so far. Her parents have also exhausted all their savings on her treatment. Together, they have spent 20 lakhs so far and were able to get her treated, but now this family needs your help to save the kindhearted Nigar. She can go back to her children with your support.
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27th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for supporting Nigar.

Nigar Sultana is on ventilator support at home with a house nursing care and advised to be on ventilator. She is advised to go to the hospital in case of emergency.

She is coming to the hospital for regular follow ups.

Thank you,
Rahat
Dear Supporters,

Thank you all for supporting Nigar.

Nigar Sultana is on ventilator support at home with a house nursing care and advised to be on ventilator. She is advised to go to the hospital in case of emergency.

She is coming to the hospital for regular follow ups.

Thank you,
Rahat
11th April 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

Nigar is still in the hospital. She is presently on ventilator and is advised to be on ventilator for few more week.

Hereby, we are attaching an update letter from the hospital.

Please share this campaign with your friends and family and keep supporting her.

Regards,
Rahat.

Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

Nigar is still in the hospital. She is presently on ventilator and is advised to be on ventilator for few more week.

Hereby, we are attaching an update letter from the hospital.

Please share this campaign with your friends and family and keep supporting her.

Regards,
Rahat.

27th March 2019
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

Nigar has shown progress with regards to her lung functioning.
Her Diaphragm muscle is not functioning, doctors are waiting for it start functioning so that she can be out of Ventilator and breathe on her own.

Nigar is suffering from Accute GBS which is expected to take longer for recovery as she was already a lean body with less muscle weight and low on immunity she is taking longer than usual.

She is expected to recover her respiratory functioning in 6 month of which she has completed almost 5 months, one more month to go.

Keep praying for her, and circulate her campaign with your associates and friends as we still need  financial support  from you.

Regards,
Her Sister - Rahat
Dear Supporters,

Thank you for your love and support.

Nigar has shown progress with regards to her lung functioning.
Her Diaphragm muscle is not functioning, doctors are waiting for it start functioning so that she can be out of Ventilator and breathe on her own.

Nigar is suffering from Accute GBS which is expected to take longer for recovery as she was already a lean body with less muscle weight and low on immunity she is taking longer than usual.

She is expected to recover her respiratory functioning in 6 month of which she has completed almost 5 months, one more month to go.

Keep praying for her, and circulate her campaign with your associates and friends as we still need  financial support  from you.

Regards,
Her Sister - Rahat
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