Once the heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed passes away

Once the heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed passes away

Once the heaviest woman, Eman Ahmed passes away

But after her family fell out with docs at Saifee hospital in May, she was later flown to Abu Dhabi's Burjeel hospital.

Eman Ahmed Abdulati, once known as "world's heaviest woman" passed away in UAE on Monday at 4.35 am due to health complications. Over time she eventually came down to 176 kgs.

She had turned 37 a few weeks ago.

Eman was being monitored in hospital with a view to starting physiotherapy to enable her regain use of her limbs when she passed away. On May 4, she was taken back to Abu Dhabi. The surgery, performed by a medical team led by Dr Lakdawala took place on March 7 and within a month doctors at the Saifee hospital had claimed that she had lost almost 242 kg. Her family told the doctor that as a child she was diagnosed with elephantiasis, a condition that causes the limbs and other body parts to swell, leaving her nearly immobile.

Ms Selim said, "Whatever happened was the decision of God and I pray for my sister". When she landed in India, her initial weight was more than 500 kgs. After a liquid diet in hospital and subsequent bariatric surgery, she weighed just 176.6 kilograms.

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"We never thought something like this will happen to her".

Ahmed, who suffered from a rare thyroid condition since childhood, weighed around 504kg before she was brought to Mumbai's private Saifee Hospital on February 11 for weight-loss surgery.

World's Heaviest Woman Dies: The doctors who are treating Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty also claims that she is suffering from a cardiac issue. Her former doctor at Saifee Hospital had clashed with the woman's family during her hospitalization.

A team of 20 specialists were assigned to her care, and further operations were planned for later in the year.

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