(The positions of the quadruplets are the orders of the head placed into from left to right)

These 4 people where born conjoined! CRAZY RIGHT?When their mom was pregnant, the doctor told their mom that she was expecting conjoined twins, Hazel & Robert, but Susanna and Lily where hiding behind their back.... So if their mom comed more often at the doctor, she could have found the truth....

Then they were born, but only Susanna and Hazel can control their own arms. They were born also with legs but Lily and Robert controll them! Lily and Robert cannot control their arms beacuse they were not attached to them, so as Susanna and Hazel could not control the legs. They where, not attached to them!

They could not have a baby for different reasons...

  1. There is a male in one of the conjoined quadruplets
  2. A husband can't date 3 girls at once and beacuse there is a male in the body!
  3. Even though they have 5 breasts, the area near Robert never grew a breast
  4. And also Final, beacuse being born with 3 moms and 2 dads was difficult, Lily explained...

So at age 15, the 3 girls decided to sterilize their own uterus, so they could never have a baby. Luckly the 18-20 hour sterilization process went well and still lived (still today)

The conjoined quadruplets had the female sex organ (i can't tell it beacuse of the wiki rules) instead of the male one...

In the world there the majority of conjoined bodies are the conjoined twins, the rarest one of the conjoined twins being the Craniopagus twins at only 6% of them being like that, and, they have fused skulls, but separate bodies. These twins can be conjoined at the back of the head, the front of the head, or the side of the head, but not on the face or the base of the skull. Source:Wikipedia

The type of conjoined of these 4 is the Thoraco-omphalopagus, it is Two bodies fused from the upper chest to the lower chest. These twins usually share a heart, and may also share the liver or part of the digestive system. These 4 share 4 hearts, 4 lungs, 4 livers by different size and part of the digestive system.

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Conjoined twins form when 2 twin cells try to divide, but fail to do it, and thus, the twins are born... CONJOINED!

Surgery to separate conjoined twins may range from very easy to very difficult depending on the point of attachment and the internal parts that are shared. Most cases of separation are extremely risky and life-threatening. In many cases, the surgery results in the death of one or both of the twins, particularly if they are joined at the head or share a vital organ. This makes the ethics of surgical separation, where the twins can survive if not separated, contentious. Alice Dreger of Northwestern University found the quality of life of twins who remain conjoined to be higher than is commonly supposed.[11] Lori and George Schappell and Abby and Brittany Hensel are notable examples.

Some surgeries are risky and risk of death, like in 2003, two 29-year-old women from Iran, Ladan and Laleh Bijani, who were joined at the head but had separate brains (craniopagus) were surgically separated in Singapore, despite surgeons' warnings that the operation could be fatal to one or both. Their complex case was accepted only because technologically advanced graphical imagery and modelling would allow the medical team to plan the risky surgery. However, an undetected major vein hidden from the scans was discovered during the operation.[27] The separation was completed but both women died while still in surgery.

Also these 4 where at a 10-30% of surviving the surgery. So they denied it!

Some survived the surgery like in 2019 Safa and Marwa Ullah were separated at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, England. The twins, born January 2017 were joined at the top of the head with separate brains and a cylindrical shared skull with the twins each facing in opposite directions to one another. The surgery was jointly led by neurosurgeon Owase Jeelani and plastic surgeon Professor David Dunaway. The surgery presented particular difficulties due to a number of shared veins and a distortion in the shape of the girls brains, causing them to overlap. The distortion would need to be corrected in order for the separation to go ahead. The surgery utilized a team of more than 100 including bio engineers, 3D modelers and a virtual reality designer. The separation was completed in February 2019 following a total of 52 hours of surgery over three separate operations. As of July 2019 both girls remain healthy and the family plans to return to their home in Pakistan in 2020[28][29]

But at the quadruplets's 20th birthday, a japanese woman called Foshima Kamadouzu approached the four and told that a chinese guy named Liang Ginh who lives in Japan wants to visit so many conjoined bodies

"But, how do we need to meet him?" Lily asked the woman

"You will go to Tokyo via airplane the next month and ill give you the adress of the house, here" Foshima replied

"Oh one more thing, Liang, is the boss of my job, i will also go back to Japan, but earlier, see ya there"

When they got to Japan and went to the Adress, Liang welcomed them!

But when they had to serve food to his workers, the girls didn't like it.... They had to wear half-naked costumes, even covering the male's part which is not censored (the female thing is censored)

He wasn’t as creepy at all. He was more like a big teddy bear, so they didn’t mind that he pressed his head against their middle breast.

Then when they got back in America, they searched for a boyfriend. No one believed that they where conjoined quadruplets, but a guy did! But when he came to their house, they knew he was gay.

He always talks with Robert and soon, the girls found out and kicked him out of their house!

And soon they remained single. And now they lived a happy life

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