3 Rare And Famous ‘mutant’ Boys In The World

3 years old weighing 70 kg
The Huffington Post recently reported that Misael is a three-year-old baby living in the town of Cachoeiro de Itapemirim in the Brazilian state of Espirito Santo. When I was born, I weighed only 2.9kg but now I weigh up to 70kg after 36 months.

Since giving birth, each month, she has gained an average of 2kg, 6 times more than a normal child. This weight has caused me trouble not only with myself but also with curious people around.
She also had constant hunger and cravings that made her family helpless. Because of obesity, Misael has a hard time walking, every time the family has to call a taxi.
Misael was diagnosed by doctors with Prader-Willi syndrome, a rare genetic disease that causes sufferers to be constantly hungry and always want to eat.
According to medical experts, PWS syndrome is not life-threatening, but the problem of being overweight caused by this syndrome is dangerous for people with it, because it can cause obesity, or suffer from other diseases. diabetes, heart failure… due to being overweight from eating too much.
8 years old has huge hands
Due to his unusually large hands, an 8-year-old Indian boy named Kaleem has encountered many difficulties in his daily life as well as mental damage. Because of his unwanted deformed hands, the boy was always teased and bullied by his friends.

Eight-year-old baby Kaleem in India was diagnosed with either hemangioma or extravasation. She has unusually large hands, in which each of Kaleem’s hands currently weighs up to 8kg and measures 33cm from the palm to the end of the middle finger.
I have had this condition since birth, but my hands have grown over the years.
Every day, Kaleem cannot eat or dress himself, tie his shoelaces… The boy can only use two giant fingers to pick up some objects such as cups to drink water. However, apart from the problem of deformed hands, Kaleem’s health is still completely stable. Doctors are also hoping to one day treat Kaleem.
5 years old is 1.7m tall
On November 6, Karan Singh in India will turn 6 years old, but now he is 1.7m tall. Karan was once recorded in the Guinness Book of Records as “the tallest and heaviest baby in the world” in 2008. At that time, Karan weighed 7kg and was 63cm long.
Since then, the boy’s growth has continued to grow “dizzy” and shows no signs of stopping.

From the moment he was born, Karan was more than two times heavier than the average child, and he couldn’t get his arms and legs into baby clothes.
The reason for this abnormal height is genetic. Karan’s father is Sanjay, 2m tall. While her mother, Shweatlana Singh is also 2.3m tall.

Karan’s mother said that the cost of family meals is often three times more than that of a neighbor’s house. The first time when Karan went to kindergarten, the teachers did not accept her because she was much older than the other students.

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