Unlucky Kids, You Won’t Believe Exist

1. Sam Berns

Sam Berns

2. Lakshmi Tatma

Lakshmi Tatma

Lakshmi Tatma (Hindi: लक्ष्मी तात्मा) is an Indian girl born in 2005 in a village in Araria district, Bihar, having "four arms and four legs." She was actually one of a pair of ischiopagus conjoined twins one of which was headless because its head had atrophied and chest had not fully developed in the womb, causing the appearance of one child with four arms and four legs.

3. Nguyen Xuan Minh

Nguyen Xuan Minh

Nguyễn Xuân Minh is the Chairman and Head of the Investment Banking division for Techcom Securities[1], wholly owned by Techcom Bank[2] - a leading private bank in Vietnam. Techcom Securities was named the Best Bond House in Vietnam in 2007 - 2016 by Alpha Southest Asia[3], and the Best Debt Capital Markets House in Vietnam in 2016 by FinanceAsia. Prior to joining Techcom Securities, Minh was CEO & CIO for Vietnam Asset Management Ltd. [4] and is one of its founders. He is now the Chairman of Vietnam Asset Management Ltd.

4. An Qi

An Qi

A boy has baffled doctors with an extraordinary condition that means hair grows down one side of his face. 

Eight-year-old An Qi has had the condition since birth but the hair gets longer as he grows older. 

An Qi, from Dehui in the Jilin Province of China, is often distressed about his condition as his classmates call him name

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2007721/Doctors-brave-An-Qi-chance-new-life-op-remove-hair-face.html#ixzz4ba6tVg1F

5. Mohammad Kaleem

Mohammad Kaleem

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6. Verdant Joshi

Verdant Joshi

Born in India, Verdant Joshi came out of his mother’s womb with his right foot weighing significantly more than his left foot. As a young child, Verdant’s right foot weighed 12 pounds, which wasn’t much more than his total body weight. The foot was enlarged and difficult to lift, which will undoubtedly make daily life a challenge for Verdant. Even so, the 5-year-old is able to run, jump, and play just like a normal boy. There are still people in his village who don’t want their children to play with Verdant, but he is proving himself to be quite a capable boy. Still, it would be helpful if doctors could figure out why this condition persists for Verdant and how they can get rid of it. Unfortunately, a diagnosis has not been made, even with dozens of doctors checking out Verdant’s foot.

7. Kang Megru

Kang Megru

8. Jaspreet Singh Kalra

Jaspreet Singh Kalra

Jaspreet Singh Kalra (born August 30, 1999), also known as the Rubber Man, is an Indiancontortionist. He can rotate his head 180°. He recently starred in OMG! Yeh Mera India series of History TV 18. In a survey by The Strange List Kalra ranked 5th-most flexible person in the world and 2nd most flexible man in the world. He is the First Indian and the youngest to enter this list

9. Charlotte Garside

Charlotte Garside

10. Tessa Evans

Tessa Evans

The world's smallest girl Charlotte Garside took a massive step this month after starting her first day at primary school.

The five-year-old, who is just 68cm tall and weighs less than 9lbs, is no bigger than a newborn and smaller than her favourite teddy.

Last week, she joined kids her own age in the classroom for the first time.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2207668/Worlds-smallest-girl-Charlotte-Garside-starts-day-primary-school.html#ixzz4ba8EyB5U

 

11. Deepak Kumar Paswaan

 Deepak Kumar Paswaan

Little Deepak Kumar Paswaan can finally laugh and play like any other eight-year old, thanks to the surgery that removed his parasitic twin. 

Now viewers can share his remarkable journey.

Paswaan, nicknamed 'Octo-boy,' was born with the partially-developed legs and arms of an undeveloped sibling growing out of his chest.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1336215/Surgery-saved-8-limbed-Octo-boy-Deepak-Kumar-Paswaan-life-time-misery.html#ixzz4ba8cpjvi

12. Didier Montalvo

Didier Montalvo

Boarding a plane for the first time in his life was a big event for Didier Montalvo.  

The eight-year-old travelled from his home town in Colombia to the UK to meet other children struck down by the rare condition he faced.

Didier was labelled 'Turtle boy' after developing a shell-like growth on his back.

But three years ago the youngster underwent a life-changing operation to remove the huge mole, which weight around 20 per cent of his body weight.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2687665/Boy-giant-turtle-shell-mutation-removed-UK-surgeon-flew-Colombia-treat-rare-condition.html#ixzz4ba54HA4R

13. Milagros Cerron

Milagros Cerron

Medical historian Lindsey Fitzharris, who has a PhD from Oxford University, previously told MailOnline the condition occurs from a failure of the normal vascular supply, when the umbilical cord fails to form two arteries.

As a result there is not sufficient blood supply reaching the foetus, she said.

The single artery 'steals' the blood and nutrition from the lower body, diverting it back up into the placenta.  

Suffering malnutrition, the foetus fails to develop two separate limbs. 

The condition is extremely rare, affecting one in 100,000 babies, but is 100 times more likely to occur in identical twins.

Dr Fitzharris added: 'Sirenomelia is extremely fatal.

'There are no accounts of anyone with this condition surviving in the past.

'Most died within days of being born due to kidney and bladder failure. 

'Even today, the odds are against those with sirenomelia, though there are a handful of examples of children living past infancy.'

In this case, the woman did not complain of any complication during her 30 week pregnancy. 

However, an ultrasound during the last stages of her pregnancy revealed the baby's kidneys had not developed.

This is the fourth case of mermaid syndrome in the world but the first case reported in India.

Dr Vandana said: ‘There are several causes of this condition like excessive medicine intake, a vitamin deficiency, genetics, past history or even maternal diabetes. 

'It also results from a failure of normal vascular supply from the lower aorta in uetro. 

'The operation in these cases is not possible due to the improper development of the body. 

'In some extreme rare cases, the kidneys can be transplanted but the survival rate is very low.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3569376/The-real-life-MERMAID-Heartbreaking-pictures-baby-born-deadly-condition-legs-fuse-womb.html#ixzz4ba4dW4jE

14. Misael Abreu

Misael Abreu

A five-year-old boy who weighs more than 12 stone could die at any time by suffocating on his own fat.

Misael Abreu is three times the size of his friends and has an insatiable appetite.

His concerned parents say their son often stops breathing in his sleep and they are terrified of losing him.

Dad Manoel, 38, said: “He is a baby carrying an adult’s weight. His heart must be under a lot of pressure.”

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15. Roona Begum

Roona Begum

A little girl whose head swelled to three times its normal size has made a 'miraculous' recovery - and has even now celebrated the birth of a baby brother. 

Doctors believed Roona Begum, from a village in northeastern India, wouldn't live past her first birthday after she was born with an extreme form of hydrocephalus - when fluid builds up on the brain. 

But thanks to emergency surgery to reduce the circumference of her head from a staggering 37in to 23in, Roona will celebrate her fifth birthday in November. 


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16. Pan Xianhang

Pan Xianhang

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Eight-year-old Pan Xianhang can't sleep at night.

Known as “Fish Boy” by locals in the Eastern China province of Wenling, little Xianhang is covered head-to-toe in thick, itchy scales.

Diagnosed at birth with the rare genetic disease Ichtyosis, Pan has lived his whole life with unbearable pain, often suffering from overheating and extreme itching.

According to the Argentine newspaper, El Periodico, Pan’s mother says the young boy just wants to attend school without itching.

His severe skin abnormalities have affected the shape of his eyelids, nose, mouth, and ears, while also limiting movement of his arms and legs, Imagine China reports.

It is estimated that each year, more than 16,000 babies are born with some form of Ichthyosis, varying in severity of symptoms, according to Foundation for Ichthyosis & Related Skin Types.

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