The beautiful and insanely talented Nadia Jamil has been one of the finest assets for the Pakistani media industry. With her qualitative acting skills, Nadia is known for her brave and bold stance on social issues. She has, not even once, shy away from saying what she believed in, which is why she is loved and enjoys a very loyal fan base.
Nadia is also a known child rights activist and has been quite rigid with her stance against child labour. To set a unique precedent, she also rescued two kids from child labour and adopted them, giving them the best life. She shared about them on her social media platforms and said she is a proud mother that both her sons are doing well in studies and working towards a better quality of life.
10yrs ago my older ws a child slave at a brick kiln & 2yrs ago my younger ws a street child,stabbed & burned till he could not speak.2day they are both doing so well in school & soaring in confidence MashAllah! Amazing,kind,respectful sons 2 a proud Ma! Save a child,save R future pic.twitter.com/wbt7GwMHmJ
— Nadia Jamil (@NJLahori) February 21, 2018
However – her health had been in tatters all this time. Contrary to glam life of showbiz, Nadia has shared every aspect of her life to be more relevant to an ordinary human being.
On May 1, she asked her fans and followers to pray for her since she has 17 seizures in 3 days and her body was really naive. The support was poured in by all the social media community when later she announced she is at home, recovering, slowly and gradually.
Recently, she again took to Twitter announcing that from having regular seizures, now she is having none and it is all because of treatment she got from National Epilepsy Centre Karachi. She said that not only her disease was diagnosed here, which even Addenbrookes in Cambridge couldn’t do, but she is now completely recovering as well. She lauded the quality of medical services and said that many people, especially with little resources, can be treated here.
Here is what she wrote:
From getting regular seizures I am now getting none. Even #addenbrooks Hospital in #Cambridge could not control them. Nor could they diagnose my Wilson’s https://t.co/AEKEn0DyZT was the National Epilepsy Centre in Karachi. So many people without any resources can be helped here🙏
— Nadia Jamil (@NJLahori) December 29, 2018
People sent prayers for her and also said that they weren’t even aware of the fact that Pakistan has an epilepsy centre.
Here is what they had to say:
Well said,we can do much better if we r provided with facilities in public sector hospitals
— Muhammad Naeem (@Muhamma32632390) December 29, 2018
Wilson's is totally treatable. Stay strong. May Allah bless you.
— Zaryab Alwani زریاب علوانی (@zaryab_alwani) December 29, 2018
Thank god take care dear Nado prayers & Duaa for u
— OTina (@DrOtinadb) December 29, 2018
Never even knew that there is an epilepsy center in Pakistan 🙂
— Aimal Rextin (@AimalRextin) December 29, 2018
Look after yourself…. it’s treatable..
— shamama (@shamama74600740) December 29, 2018
So glad to hear that
— Arshad Malik 🇵🇰 (@arshadmmalik) December 29, 2018
Glad to see you're doing well! Wilson prognosis is totally dependent on early detection. They're life savers
— H U Khan (@Huk06) December 29, 2018
Wilson disease is a very treatable condition. With proper therapy, disease progress can be halted and oftentimes symptoms can be improved.
— youjay (@youjaymit) December 29, 2018
I know Dr. Zia Moeen working in Bahawalpur hospital is not only administration genius but also a brilliant, humanistic doctor.
Yet… As its with most of nice people they don't like hypocritic and bureaucratic tantrums. Thats he is not in main team of @Dr_YasminRashid
— Amjad Ali Dadda (@amjjed222) December 29, 2018
God bless you and the good people at the epilepsy center who made the diagnosis.Right diagnosis is so important.May you enjoy life with good health.❤️This is good news👍
— shaheen (@sheenagone) December 29, 2018
What are your thoughts on this? Share with us in the comments bar below.