A medical journal recently shared a story about Ischiopagus Tripus conjoined twin boys from Indonesia. These twins are extremely rare, since this occurs only once in every two million births. Ischiopagus Tripus conjoined twins are those babies who are born joined together at their pelvises. They have two separate upper bodies, but only one lower body that they both use. The twins were born in 2018 with three legs, four arms, and one penis. Their unique case has only just been reported in the American Journal of Case Reports. For the first three years of their lives, these twins faced challenges. They could not sit up on their own. But, a team of surgeons stepped in to help. The surgery allowed the twins to sit upright. Even though the twins share a penis and have seven limbs between them (one leg is not functional), their bodies also share a rectum, bladder and intestinal tract. This is typical for most conjoined twins. Conjoined Twin Sisters Separated in Rare Surgery at Mumbai's Wadia Hospital.

Conjoined Twins Resembling a Spider Born in Indonesia

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