Zee Media Bureau/Ritu Singh
Patna:The conjoined twins, Saba and Farah in Bihar are said to be in critical condition and have been admitted to a leading hospital in Patna.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court had ordered the Bihar government to look after their medical expenses and provide all kinds of financial help to the family. The twins share a vital blood vessel in the brain. While Farah has two kidneys, Saba has none.
The family of Saba and Farah were provided financial aid after they had rejected surgery to separate the two of them in the absence of funds.
Dr Shyam Sundar, who has been treating the twins said that the twins have been facing complications from the past few days. "Farah has been bleeding from the nose from the past five days with some respiratory tract infection and the blood pressure of both the twins is low. We are still evaluating the cause of the bleeding and a multi speciality team is having a look'', he said.
In case, an operation is being carried out to separate the head, it would prove to be a real medical challenge ,according to Doctor Sundar.
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