One Body Two Heads; Meet The Twins Who Share One Body But Have Two Seperate Heads

Giving birth to normal and healthy kids is the dream of every parent, but when something goes naturally wrong, it might lead to births that are different from normal.

Abigail Loraine Hensel and Brittany Lee Hensel were born on March 7th, 1990 as twins though they appeared in a different form. Their condition or situation is known medically as conjoined twins.

Unlike every other twin, conjoined twins are twins who fail to separate completely before they are matured for birth, sometimes their heads or other parts of their body might be joined together, in mild cases, doctors can separate them artificially through a surgical method, but with the case of Abigail and Brittany, virtually nothing can be done to separate them since they share the same body.

Abigail and Brittany are so far one of the most popular conjoined twins worldwide, though their situation might have caused others to lose their self- confidence, they are known to be extroverts and easily make friends wherever they go.

The nature of their joint was symmetrical, and have two spinal cords hence they are basically two different people who have been interjoined.

Currently, the is no scientific or medical method to separate such twins because they share the same organs, arms, and legs.

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