Doctors postpone surgery on 4-year-old boy without anus

Doctors postpone surgery on 4-year-old boy without anus

- Doctors at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital have postponed a surgery on a four-year-old boy without anus

- The surgery was postponed after doctors observed that the boy, Saidu, had lost weight due to failing health

- Saidu, who has been passing excreta through tubes, is from from Potiskum local government area of Yobe state

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The surgery on a four-year-old boy without anus has been postponed by doctors at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital.

The boy identified as Saidu has been passing excreta with the help of tubes inserted by doctors since he was two weeks old.

According to Daily Trust, the surgery on the boy from Potiskum local government area of Yobe state, was postponed on Friday, December 18.

Mohammed Babi, the father of the boy, said the surgery was postponed because the boy lost weight after recently falling ill.

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Again Doctors Postpone Surgery On 4-Year-Old Boy Without Anus
Saidu's surgery was postponed by doctors at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital due to his weight. Photo credit: Daily Trust
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According to Babi, medication has been recommended by doctors who asked that the boy be put on diet for another 10 days.

In his words:

“We were asked to watch after his health and hygiene and return to the hospital on December 20.
“It is a trying time for us but we sincerely thank our donor and the doctor for their tireless effort to help us achieve this.”

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