Mulago conjoined twins’ health worsens

conjoined twins

The conjoined twins admitted at Mulago Hospital today suffered a major setback, after one of them contracted flu.

One of the twins named Apio was today put on oxygen after contracting the flue and developing a fever.

The father to the babies Miseari Okiru says the symptoms began showing last night, as the babies were no longer feeding properly.

The team of doctors treating the twins led by Dr. Jamir Mugalu has halted conducting any tests on the children until their condition has improved.

The conjoined twins were born on 4th of May this year from Ngora Hospital, from where they were referred to Mulago hospital.

Their father is now appealing for help from well wishers to help in meeting the hospital expenses.