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Boy, Nine, Is In Constant Agony After A Rare Condition Caused His Belly To Swell To Three Times The Size Of A Beach Ball And Left Him With Deadly Live

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Nkeiru


100Level, Nigeria.
A nine-year-old boy is in constant agony after his belly swelled to three times the size of a beach ball.

Aneet Ur Rehman, of Karachi, Pakistan, suffers from Budd-Chiari syndrome, a rare condition which blocks the veins that should drain his liver.

As well as causing the youngster extreme abdominal pain and bloating, the syndrome has also led to life-threatening liver failure.

Aneet, whose condition forced him to quit his studies, has been told he will die unless he has an urgent liver transplant.

But the waiting list for the procedure is long and Aneet's family cannot afford the £35,000 needed to have the operation done privately.


www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-6281043/amp/Nine-year-old-agony-belly-swelled-THREE-TIMES-size-beach-ball.html
Boy, Nine, Is In Constant Agony After A Rare Condition Caused His Belly To Swell To Three Times The Size Of A Beach Ball And Left Him With Deadly Live - General Discussion

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