Egyptian eman Ahmed AB El ATI, is considered the heaviest woman in the world, has lost 140 pounds in five weeks in the Indian hospital. On 7 March, the patient had surgery to reduce stomach size by 85 percent, which significantly reduced the amount of food that she is able to take.
Egyptian eman Ahmed AB El ATI, is considered the heaviest woman in the world, has lost 140 pounds in five weeks in the Indian hospital. This writes blog #SaveEman.
Now a resident of Alexandria, which is 11 February 2017 was taken to hospital Saifee Hospital in Mumbai (India), weighs 358 pounds. The Hindustan Times reports that on 7 March, the woman underwent surgery to reduce stomach size by 85 percent. This has significantly reduced the amount of food that she is able to take.
Before admission to the hospital weight eman Ahmed was about 500 pounds. She suffered a stroke and was bedridden. Doctors diagnosed her with a glandular disorder and elefantes — a disease caused by parasitic worms, for which there is a stagnation of lymph and grow skin tissue.
Now the Egyptian is on a steady diet of consuming a day by about 1.8 thousand calories. Feed her through the tube protein shake mixed with soy milk.
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