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Mermaid Baby Who Lived For Just 10 Minutes!

There are a few babies who are born with really bizarre conditions that can scare even science. All this is thanks to the medicines and other various factors that play a vital role during pregnancy!

Mermaid condition is something that we hardly have heard of, and the kids who are born with this rare condition have less chances of survival.

Also Read: Her Bones Were Broken Even Before She Was Born!

This is the case of a baby who was born with a very rare condition known as "Sirenomelia", where the baby looked similar to a mermaid and it eventually died within minutes after its birth.

Find out more about this rare birth defect and the case.


The Incident Happened In India…

A 22-year-old mother, from Sahranpur, in Uttar Pradesh, northern India, had the baby, where she got a shock of her life as the regular scans during her pregnancy did not show any signs of this condition.

The Doctors Were Shocked…

The doctors claim that this is one of the most severe cases that they have ever seen. One of the doctors revealed that he had seen congenital disorders amongst children born with deformities, but this was an extremely rare case!

The Condition Of The Baby…

Doctors revealed that the baby suffered from Sirenomelia, also known as 'Mermaid syndrome', which is a life-threatening illness that is also marked by the rotation and fusion of a sufferer's legs.

The Baby Lived For Only 10 Minutes!

This is only the fourth-known case in the world, where a baby was born having this defect. The baby apparently died within 10 minutes of its birth. The doctors revealed that it was difficult to find the gender of the baby.

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