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Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Found in the Human Body — TopTenzNet

Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Found in the Human Body — TopTenzNet

Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Found in the Human
Body 10. Light bulb If you’re a male and you find yourself in
a prison, dropping the soap is definitely something to be cautious about. If you’re
a man in a Pakistani prison however, you should be more concerned about the light bulbs you
may have shoved up your butt as you sleep. A man named Fateh Mohammad was serving a sentence
for bootlegging when he received the surprise of his life. One night he went to bed just
minding his own business, and the next thing he knew he was experiencing severe pain in
his lower abdomen. As the pain increased, Fateh was taken to the hospital where doctors
were baffled as to how a large unbroken light bulb ended up in the man’s anus. Fateh denied
any knowledge as to how it got there and claimed he must have been drugged at night as the
other inmates or officers inserted it into him… a likely story. It took surgeons about
an hour and a half to remove. He was able to make a full recovery following the surgery,
despite the psychological trauma it must have involved. His fellow inmates also now know
Mohammad as the only man that has ever been able to bring light where the sun don’t
shine. 9. High Pressure Air Hose Steve McCormack took the term “freak accident”
to a whole new level when he accidentally fell onto a high-pressure air hose that began
inflating him like a balloon. As McCormick was working on the brakes for his truck, he
slipped and fell onto the valve. As his son began calling for help, the only two ambulances
in their small New Zealand town were busy as was the medical helicopter. McCormack continued
to grow larger as his colleagues attempted to jiggle him off the valve with no success.
At one point, they were finally able to shut off the air, but McCormick was in excruciating
pain as he had to lie there until help arrived. The air had filled every available crevice
of McCormick’s body including behind his eyelids. This put dangerous pressure on his
heart. When the needle to administer the morphine was placed in his skin, it shot right back
out due to the pressure. His skin began to crackled like bubble wrap. After three days,
McCormick was able to deflate through excessive flatulence and burping. He was able to make
a full recovery following the accident. 8. Cobblestones Many people have fights with their significant
others, but few can claim that they decide to go consume more than 20 cobblestones out
of pure rage. A woman from Foshan, China decided to do just that in 2006. She first believed
the stones could be digested the old fashion way, but when she began experiences severe
stomach pain as the cobblestones banged together, she went to the hospital. Doctors were absolutely
shocked at finding the 20 cobblestones lumped in the bottom of her stomach. While doctors
urged her to have surgery quickly, the girl decided to go the intelligent route and Google
advice on online medical forums. To the best of my knowledge, she did decide to have the
surgery and was able to make a full recovery, despite most likely losing her boyfriend. 7. Various pieces of metal A man was admitted to a hospital when doctors
found a 12lb mass located in his stomach. The mass was so heavy it was dragging his
stomach down to his hips. The man’s name is not known, but he had been previously admitted
to the hospital for similar circumstances. The man decided to go to the hospital after
his stomach pain grew so severe that he was unable to eat, drink, or have bowel movements.
Doctors were shocked to find the man had eaten of $650 worth of coins, necklaces, needles
and various other metal objects over a period of 10 years. Surgeons acted quickly to remove
the foreign objects from his stomach, but he died from complications. The man was thought
to be suffering from a psychological disorder known as pica, where people have the compulsion
to eat non-edible objects. 6. 78 pieces of cutlery While the X-ray of Margaret Daalmans’s stomach
looks like she’s housing a jellyfish, it’s actually a mass of the 78 pieces of cutlery
she decided to consume. She explained that when she went to eat food, she would end up
eating her utensils instead. Furthermore, she had a mysterious aversion to eating knives,
with forks and spoons being her utensils of choice. Also thought to be suffering from
a severe case of pica, Daalman had been treated several times in the past for similar utensil
consumptions, but this particular time she decided to consume the whole utensil canteen.
Margaret was able to recover and is working on getting help for her pica. 5. Unexploded bomb Channing Moss is now known as a true war hero
after miraculously surviving an unexploded bomb being lodged into his lower abdomen.
In 2011, he was on a routine patrol in Afghanistan in an armored car when he and his crew were
suddenly attacked by a barrage of rocket propelled grenades sent at them that killed two of their
men. The grenades were very powerful and capable of killing every human standing within a 30
foot range, but somehow it failed to detonate as it became lodged in between Moss’s hips.
The team’s only paramedic happened to be with Moss at the time and quickly took care
of him. The medical helicopter was called, but it took many hours for it to arrive because
of the fighting in the surrounding area. Not only was Moss in excruciating pain and forced
to wait hours for the helicopter, he was almost left for dead being that the bomb endangered
other soldiers and the military had a rule against transporting injured soldiers that
endangered others. Fortunately, the helicopter crew decided to go against military policy
and agreed to take him to the nearest hospital. By the time he arrived, his heart had all
but stopped due to the massive blood loss. Luckily, one of the few bomb experts happened
to be at the hospital the same time as Moss and was able to detonate the bomb in a safe
location. Surgeons worked tirelessly and Moss was able to make a full recovery and even
walk again. He received the Purple Heart and Medal of Valor for his struggles. 4. Clothing When 20-year-old Anuj Ranjan came in for a
surgery to treat a chest infection, doctors were astounded to find a belt lodged inside
of him from a car accident years earlier. He had gotten into the severe car accident
in 2006, which had left him with a gaping wound in his abdomen. Ranjan had been suffering
from tuberculosis and an infection at the time, which caused a passage to form in his
chest. Ranjan was in need of surgery to fix the passage and help treat the infection in
order to save his life. As doctors began finishing up his surgery, they suddenly found an 8 inch
section of a belt along with some cloth fragments wedged between his lung and heart. The mystery
of the infection had been solved, as was Ranjan’s complaints of chronic chest pain. 3. Microphone stand Usually when a story starts out with a pregnant
woman being impaled by a microphone, it definitely doesn’t seem like it could end in any way,
but tragedy. Jessie Wickham’s story, however, is one of extreme luck when she had found
herself with a 3 foot microphone stand sticking out of her after falling off of a loft. Despite
the danger of not only being impaled by a microphone, but the 20ft. fall itself, Wickham
only suffered a punctured lung as the mic missed both her baby and heart by only millimeters.
She instructed her kids to call 911 and was soon airlifted to a hospital. While it probably
didn’t go the way she pictured it would, surgeons were able to deliver the baby unharmed
by c-section. Medics decided to leave the stand inside her until she arrived at the
hospital where it was surgically removed. She made a full recovery as did her baby. 2. A stone baby Nine months seems like a long time to most
expectant mothers, but how about 60 years? Huang Yijun, a 92 year-old woman from China
baffled doctors as she delivered a baby made of stone. In a very rare case of lithopedia,
the fertilized egg became stuck outside of the uterus and being that it was already too
far along in development, the egg didn’t break down like it usually does. As the child
continued to develop, it was calcified and never removed because her body never saw it
as an unnatural object. She lived over half a century with the stone baby and never made
an attempt to remove it because of her lack of money. Yijun had been visiting the hospital
for an unrelated injury to her stomach when the fetus was found and delivered. It hadn’t
caused her much discomfort despite being quite heavy. Yijun made a full recovery following
the delivery. 1. Pea Plant In 2009, Ron Sveden received the news that
no one wants to hear when he was rushed to the Cape Cod Hospital. They told him that
they had found a mass in his lung and had to do a biopsy to learn more. It had all started
a few months prior when he began to suffer from fatigue, loss of appetite, shortness
of breath and frequent coughing. The 75-year-old had been a lifelong smoker and feared the
worst when he was given the news of the mass. His condition had rapidly worsened and he
was rush to the hospital where he spent 10 days waiting for the news that he expected
to be lung cancer. After doing an X-ray, the doctors had found that Sveden’s lung had
actually collapsed and contained some sort of dark mass. After further testing, doctors
were amazed to find the mass wasn’t actually a tumor. The mass had been a small pea plant
that had begun to grow in the man’s lung. Sveden had told doctors that he thought the
pea pod had just ‘gone down the wrong way’. Fortunately, doctors were able to quickly
operate of Sveden and remove the now half-inch long plant from his lung. After his operation
hospital staff decided there was nothing better to give him for a first meal than some peas,
which he gladly consumed.

35 comments on “Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Found in the Human Body — TopTenzNet

  1. "Bringing light to where the sun don't shine". Inhaled coffee while laughing. Son thought I was having a fit. Must watch videos alone in my room now. Thanks. No Really …Thanks.

  2. I feel like more people should watch you especially your Ebola episode but it only got 2 thousand people sadly in defiantly subscribing I hope it helps

  3. BWAHH!! That pea plant, the #1- my god is that cringe worthy.. reminds we of when I was a kid & people would say "Don't swallow the ___ seeds!" (for whatever reason usually watermelon seeds were the example) explaining that somehow they would grow.  *HYPOTHESIS: I'm assuming the reason they don't sprout/grow/whatever when eaten- ending up in the stomach is because the seed is quickly destroyed by stomach acid & enzymes that are responsible for healthy digestion.. With that said… Implant a seed anywhere else in FLESH (or, at least proven in this case- lung tissue) & the conditions are suitable for it to fucking take root & grow insuide? Without sunlight? blahhagagh I'm simultaneously grosssed out & confused! BWAAHHG

  4. The "stone baby" I don't think I've ever experienced so many emotions in such a short time…I felt sadness, empathy, amazement, wonder, sorrow, joy and complete astonishment as to how endurable the human body and spirit can be. The ways you guys presented it was great. I reason that it's because in the past someone close to me lost a child in her womb and had to live with it for a few days before doctors could take it out. And yet she persevered and is functioning normally healthy physically and mentally.

  5. Your narrator mispronounces words a lot. It's pronounced "pie-kah" not "pee-kah". I've noticed other such mispronunciations as well while watching these videos.

  6. When you think hospital is bad imagine spending a night on same ward as the excessive farting burping air hose man 😂

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