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World's Heaviest Egyptian Women Finally Reaches Mumbai For Her Weight Loss Treatment

Last month we informed you about the Egypt Women Eman Ahmed, the heaviest women in the world with 500kg weight….

By Administrator in News on February 12, 2017

Last month we informed you about the Egypt Women Eman Ahmed, the heaviest women in the world with 500kg weight. She will be moving from her bed for the first time in 25years. So finally Eman Ahmed has moved from her bed and came to Mumbai for her treatment. Eman Ahmed came to Mumbai on Saturday for weight loss treatment at the local hospital. On Saturday around 3:00 am she landed at Mumbai’s international Terminal 2 airport and then she reached the Saifee hospital around 6:00 am. The doctors said, her bed was lifted with the help of the crane. It was her special bed on which she was lying during the journey.
Dr. Muffazal Lakdawala is her doctor, and he will conduct her bariatric surgery. Dr. Lakdawala and his group of people were there to receive her and move Eman. Eman Ahmed was brought into a truck, after which an ambulance and a police escort followed the truck to the hospital. In the hospital, a special room is built for her. Doctors said before she undergoes surgery she will be under observation for a month.

Lots of Photographers were waiting outside the cargo gate to take photos of Eman Ahmed. A truck stopped for a while outside the gate and allowed them to take pictures. Dr. Lakdawala smiled and waved at everyone; he regularly kept on checking his patient, and the Ahmed sister was constantly speaking into Eman’s ears.
Dr. Lakdawala and his team are treating Eman for almost three months. Doctors said,”Transporting Eman to Mumbai was a challenging task keeping in mind the complexities of her case as she is a high-risk patient who has not been able to move or leave the house for the last 25 years.”

Ms. Ahmed was attended by Aparna Govil Bhasker, an Advanced Laparoscopic and Bariatric Surgeon at Centre of Obesity and Digestive Surgery and Head of Department of Bariatric Surgery at Saifee Hospital and Kamlesh Bohra, Senior Intensivist, Department of Critical and Intensive Care at the hospital.
One of the doctors said, “All we can say is that she came in smiling. And her smile tells a story itself.” Dr. Lakdawala said, no one has examined her before, so lots of tests will be conducted.

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