Dilara (name changed), living with HIV, faced a serious need for surgery to repair her stomach. However, her long road to recovery was hampered by several bumps in the medical process.
First, the checkup required before surgery was postponed four times. The culprits were constant doctor absences, technical problems with equipment, and unstable database performance. These delays added stress to Dilara’s already difficult situation.
However, the hardest part was the attitude of the hospital staff. Because of her HIV status, Dilara faced constant neglect and underestimation, further worsening her emotional state.
The story took an unexpected turn when Dilara sought help from a REActor. As a result of the counseling session, she was given a detailed explanation of her rights and the timeline for her recovery surgery.
Together with the REActor, they filed a complaint with the Community Service Center (CSC) about the attitude of the staff and the postponement of the process. The case was registered and appropriate action was taken.
With the removal of the difficulties and pressures from the REActor and the CSC, Dilara was able to be examined and successfully underwent gastric reconstruction surgery. She is now in the rehabilitation phase, regaining her health.
This story emphasizes the importance of systemic support and proactive intervention in complex medical situations, especially when a patient faces additional challenges due to their status.