A Man with Big Head- Sain Mumtaz

There is a real life Klingon on the road between Lahore and Narowal in Pakistan where he makes a good living scaring people!

Man with Big Head- Sain MumtazSain Mumtaz has the most extraordinary big head – but what is causing its extreme growth and how Sain might be treated is a total mystery. This terribly disfigured man lives around 100km from the Pakistani city of Lahore on the road to the town of Narowal.

Sain was told as a child that he suffered from Proteus syndrome – the same condition as Joseph Merrick, the original Elephant Man. But Proteus is renowned for affecting only one side of the body, to the trained eye the symmetrical deformity of Sain’s face and skull suggests he is probably suffering from a different condition– but which of the many rare congenital dysmorphologies could it be?

Sain’s family sought no medical intervention for their son throughout his childhood, but now Sain is 18, and he wants to know what is wrong with him, and whether anything might be done to improve his day-to-day life. He has hopes for his future, one day he would like to run a rickshaw business, but he sees no place for marriage in his life. He believes that he is the way he is because God has cursed him. It’s for him and him alone to bear the weight of the curse.

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Man with Big Head- Sain MumtazIs there any drug based treatment that could help this rare case? Would Sain accept the idea of corrective surgery? Are there practical suggestions to be made that could improve his daily life?

10 comments:

BAMIDELE said...

Sain's case is nit a proteus. I just watched a documentary on him and his visit by doctor clarke. Its an extreme case genetic disformity. He needs miracle because even the geneticist are just speculating. Only Jesus christ can heal him. I know a church in Nigeria where he could be healed.

Anonymous said...

is it possible to live with this big head...???

Anonymous said...

@BAMIDELE....either you're a troll or a religious idiot smh

Anonymous said...

Is he still alive, anyone knows?

Anonymous said...

Yes...He Is still Alive ......

Anonymous said...

He live like a simple Person life INSHALLAH
I saw him in Lahore Bypass

Anonymous said...

Even if jesus could save him, he would not, because jesus made him that way for a reason.

Kate Hare McIntosh said...

Bamidele is correct. Sain was featured in a Discovery Channel documentary in 2010. I would like to know if Sain is still alive (2014).

Anonymous said...

And today too? Whats his birthdate if a docummentary said? Would love to see him live and hope he will be healed. Poor guy. Ami the only one who thinks that he is aactually handsome?

Raina Tabas said...

Poor baby... is he still alive today? He is real life Quasimodo (its true, dont feel offended), but just like this Disney character he is cute from both appearance and heart. Would love to see him live.

nice Sini, my poor lovely soul... dont give up hope, i love you and my prayers are with you. For me you are beautiful, remember. Not ony family loves you for who you are.

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