Two-headed baby girl in Manila

@brienn (825)
Philippines
July 29, 2009 11:28pm CST
I just saw from the News last, and I can help to pity on their situation. They have born conjoined twins. According to the news, the baby was born late Tuesday (July 28, 2009) in Muntinlupa City and was transferred to neo-natal intensive care unit NICU of the Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital in Manila for medical observation. Later on Wednesday, they have been transferred to the Philippines Heart Center in Quezon. City. According to the doctors the chance of their survival is will depend on their shared organ. I just hope and pray that will be going to be alright.
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4 responses
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
Yeah, i also heard that news. We just hope and pray that they'll have a normal life like us. People nowadays are taking advantage of these phenomenon. So i wish someone with a big heart could help them.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
How I wish I am just a rich so that i help this babies. All I do right is to pray for their wellness.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
How I wish I am just a rich so that i help this babies. All I do right is to pray for their wellness.
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• Philippines
30 Jul 09
yeah, i wish i was rich too so i can share my blessings to people.
@jemifer (124)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
I've also seen that news on TV yesterday and really it was my first time to hear such kind of story. I just hope and pray that they would still survive. But based on their health condition,I doubt if they can last a year or two. But let's hope for the best.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
Yeah you are right let us hope for the best. Thank you for your response.
• India
30 Jul 09
I too have heard this type of birth a long time ago. The both babies were normal that time. I too join in your prayers for the safety of the baby. Good day.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
Let us join our hands to pray for them. Thank you for your response.
@ysobelle (202)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
Doctors said that they both share one liver and one of the hearts is not yet fully developed. Well, we do hope they still can survive even if they are not normal.
@brienn (825)
• Philippines
30 Jul 09
Yeah your right, all we can do now is to pray and hope that they can still survive, I know that God will never leave them alone.