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A woman in India has given birth to conjoined twin girls – who appear to have two heads and one shared body, the Independent reported.The infants were born via cesarean section at Cygnus J.K. Hindu Hospital in Sonipat, Haryana. They suffer from dicephalic parapagus, meaning they have separate spinal cords, necks and heads, but they share all major limbs and vital organs. Conjoined twins with this condition typically cannot be separated.According to the Independent, the babies’ parents could not afford an ultrasound, which would have picked up on their condition in utero.
That's not a "two-headed baby." It's two babies sharing one body.I hope someone in India has a lot of capacity to love, because even single born baby girls are tossed away in that culture.
This is so sad. What a hard life these babies will have.
They - or at least their parents - will end up rather well off.Freak shows are still big in India.
Which is almost worse...........
It is what it is.Strange place, India.