I just want my Mom

Sometimes, such a news is seen in front of our eyes, which makes us think that to what extent a mother sacrifices for the safety of her son, it could  only be happened in our country.

Yes, I read a news today that a mother donates vital organs to her son twice to save his life.

Lying on the mattress with her gaze fixed on the static fan, she prays silently for a miracle. The thought of losing her son sleeping peacefully right next to her, shakes her to the core.

As she lovingly strokes his forehead, she can’t stop herself from falling apart. She weeps quietly, afraid that she would wake up her child. Her son is suffering from liver disorder, and doctors have recommended a transplant of liver immediately .

 She has requested to  the doctor to give her organs to the ailing son and she is waiting for the doctor to confirm that she is medically suitable for donating her liver. With bated breath, she is waiting for the results.

As soon as the results come, she jumps up with a sense of solace in her heart and happily donates her organ to her son without fearing her life.

Her love is selfless and unconditional. She can break any barriers to give life to her children. This is the incidence in the year 2008 when her son was seven years old and first transplant was made,

This is not the end of happy story here. After a lapse of thirteen year that child was again suffering kidney infection and required to transplant kidney to save his life.

Again, his mother, aged 40 donated second time her vital organ to his son after 13 years.

His mother Sapna became an organ donor for second time recently when her son , now 20, had no choice but to undergo a kidney transplant this time. And his mother again donated a kidney to him.

Because the mother wanted his son to be alive.

Doctor has said retrieving more than one organ from a single living donor and transplanting it to a single recipient is rare.

The mother Swapna is very poor who runs a tea shop near road side to maintain their livelihood.

As she said —  my son was seven when started vomiting blood and was diagnose with jaundice. But later it was found he had chronic liver disease and liver transplant was the only solution. 

Doctor had retrieved 300 gm of her liver and transplant it to her son . After 18 hours surgery , Doctor has transplanted it successfully in 2008.

Again in 2017 that boy diagnosed with end stage kidney disease. That mother was again ready to sacrifice a kidney to save her son.

But due pandemic it was postponed at that time. That lady had to count those days and finally the kidney was transplanted  successfully in Sept,2021.

 The kidney transplant cost was over 6.00 lakh. The lady was very poor. She got help from PM relief fund for Rs. 3.00 lakh  and rest were borne by the hospital.

She said — By the grace of God, I am happy to see my son recovering ..

It is rightly said that …A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.

I just want my Mom… I miss her so much.

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18 replies

  1. A mother’s love is unmatched.

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  2. Great post Verma Ji. The love you have for your mother is admirable. May God bless you.

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  3. Mother’s love to her child is great. Rare in society.
    👏👏Nicely presented. 👌👌

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  4. Reblogged this on Retiredकलम and commented:

    मौत के डर से ही सही , ज़िन्दगी को फुर्सत तो मिली ,
    सडकों को राहत और घरों को रौनक तो मिली ,
    कुदरत तेरा रूठना भी ज़रूरी था ,
    इंसान का घमंड टूटना भी ज़रूरी था ,
    हर कोई खुद को यहाँ खुदा समझ बैठा था ,
    ये शक भी दूर होना ज़रूरी था …


  5. My greatest love is my son. I love him more than anything I can imagine.

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