NOPE: Lad Has Stomach Pains, Turns Out To Be Parasitic Twin

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You think your stomach aches are bad, spare a thought for this lad…

A teenager who had stomach pains made a disturbing discovery that he was growing a parasitic ‘twin’, complete with hair, bone and teeth inside him. Can the mind vomit?

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Narendra Kumar, 18, was rushed to hospital after suffering from frequent vomiting, weight loss and stomach pains. After examination from doctors, they made a grim discovery- a 2.5kg mass of bone, hair and teeth that grown inside his abdomen.

The diagnosis given was ‘foetus in fetu’. This is a rare condition which develops during pregnancy with twins, where one foetus enters the other through umbilical cord and then lives off its siblings body for survival.

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Medics performed an ultrasound and CT scan on the teenager and were understandably gobsmacked by the findings.

Surgeon Dr Rajeev Singh carried out a three-hour operation to remove the mass which had 6.5 feet of hair and yellow ‘amniotic-like fluid’- all in Narendra’s stomach.

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Dr Singh told MailOnline that surgeons only found the ‘twin’ when they operated on Narendra on Monday.

He said:

Technically, the foetus was alive and was growing due to metabolic activity in his body. In the three-hour-long surgery, we removed a mass of malformed baby which had hair, teeth, a poorly developed head, a bony structure of chest and spine, with lots of yellowish amniotic-like fluid in the sac.

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Last October, a similar case was reported from east Indian state of Bengal where a dead foetus was found inside the abdomen of a four-year-old boy in West Midnapore district.

His father Prem Chandra, a farmer, told MailOnline: “That evil has been tormenting him for years. Now that it has been removed, I am relieved. He can now go back to school and lead a healthy life.”

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We wish him a speedy recovery.


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