So heartbreaking. Formerly conjoined twins Miracle and Journee Brooks are still fighting for their lives two years after having separation surgery. Their mother Jasmine is trying to stay strong while her precious kids struggle to eat and breathe on their own.
WHAT a milestone! Formerly conjoined twins, Rosie and Ruby Formosa, who had a 20 percent chance of surviving when they were born back in 2012, are officially kindergarteners! And to celebrate their big 1st day of school, the cuties posed for a series of ADORABLE pics — check them out here!
A 2-year-old boy in Huaxi, China was diagnosed as ‘pregnant’ when doctors discovered that his unborn twin had started growing in his stomach. In this rare version of conjoined twins, the boy’s unborn brother developed inside of him.
Xiao Feng, 2, went through a difficult and painful procedure to “birth” his parasitic twin. The fetus of his twin had developed inside his stomach, and the twin’s growth caused his belly to swell and give him tremendous trouble breathing.
Once-conjoined twins Angelina and Angelica have been given a clean bill of health from their doctors! You’d never believe they were once joined at the chest!
Angelina and Angelica Sabuco were officially given a clean bill of health by their doctors six months after their separation surgery!
The mother didn’t find out about the abnormality until MINUTES before giving birth!
A woman in Brazil gave birth to conjoined twins with one body and two heads, but the infants are perfectly healthy, according to The Daily Mail. The twins have two heads, one heart and doctors say all of the vital organs function as normal — both heads have even started nursing!
The surgery to separate these 19-month-old girls took almost an entire day — and it took doctors nearly two months to prepare!
Last week HollyBaby.com reported that a pair of conjoined twins were successfully separated — but now there’s another success story! That’s incredible odds: According to The Daily Mail, conjoined twins are between 1 in 50,000 to 1 in 100,000 births worldwide.
Undergoing a risky surgery that lasted nearly ten hours, these young girls are now finally separated after being conjoined their whole lives!
The Today Show reported this amazing story of two-year-old conjoined twins Angelina and Angelica Sabucco, who underwent a high-stakes procedure that doctors said couldn’t have gone better!
It took four operations to separate the 11-month-old infants. They were only given a one-in-10 million chance of surviving!
Doctors are celebrating after separating conjoined twins whose heads were fused together. Ritag and Rital Gaboura shared arteries and nerves making the surgery one of the most complex ever undertaken. The babies underwent four operations over four months before surgeons finally separated them! What a miracle!
After an extremely risky surgery, doctors in Memphis successfully separated 8-month-old conjoined twins Joshua and Jacob Spates, who were connected at the pelvis and lower spine. Absolutely incredible!
They say twins share a connection, but 8-month-old Joshua and Jacob Spates truly WERE connected! But thanks to surgeons at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, the boys are no longer conjoined and are beating all of the odds!
Four-year-old conjoined twins Krista and Tatiana Hogan can ACTUALLY see through each other’s eyes and read each other’s thoughts thanks to a unique neural link.
Imagine sharing a mind with another person. Well, that’s exactly what Krista and Tatiana Hogan of Vernon, British Columbia experience in real-life. In a bizarre yet incredible medical miracle, the conjoined twins, 4, are effectively able to see through one another’s eyes and taste what the other one is eating, while still having different personalities! Mind-blowing, right?