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Indian man has hysterectomy after doctors find uterus!

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posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 05:15 AM
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,i wonder if he was there around the time of the Bhopal gas disaster,may have something to do with it
www.bhopal.com...

edit on 3-8-2011 by 12voltz because: (no reason given)




posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 10:41 AM
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Remember a story from a couple of years back where an American woman had her children taken into care and through the process of trying to get them back was found to not be their genetic mother, even though there were medical records detailing her pregnancies and subsequent labours and births? Further testing proved that the woman's reproductive organs belonged to someone else! It was thought that the woman's mother had been pregnant with twins and that these 'fused' inutero, also known as vanishing twin syndrome. All that remained of the nonborn twin, were the reproductive organs inside the mother of the non-genetic children that had been taken into care!

This guy in India may be a chimera.



Stranger than Fiction In extremely rare cases of vanishing twin syndrome, two early stage embryos fuse into a single embryo containing two unique sets of DNA. The surviving twin becomes what's known as a chimera, essentially two people in one body. Chimeras can have different sets of DNA in different body parts. For instance a male chimera can have one type of DNA in his skin cells but what appears to be an entirely different person's DNA in his sperm cells.

A 2003 study in the New England Journal of Medicine by Dr Margot Kruskall of the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts, reported the case of a mother who required a kidney transplant. All three of her natural sons were tested as potential donors, but only one appeared to be her biological son, although she gave birth to all of them. Genetic tests revealed that the patient was a chimera, a physical blend of fraternal twin sisters and her ovaries produced eggs belonging to both twins, thus she could give birth to three sons who were genetic half-brothers; one of them sharing DNA with his mother and two sons sharing DNA with their vanished aunt.

According to the November 2003 New Scientist magazine. Some chimeras do have unusual physical features. For example, one girl was discovered to be a chimera because her eyes were different colors, one brown, the other hazel. Others have come to light when doctors investigated problems with their reproductive systems, and found that they had structures from both male and female reproductive organs as a result of having cells of both sexes in their bodies. But most probably go through life utterly unaware of their unusual constitution.

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posted on Aug, 3 2011 @ 10:44 AM
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Did he claim to be Indigo? Would make sense.



 
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