A woman of two is barely able to move after her tummy grew uncontrollably for two years as a result of an unidentified illness.

The woman first gave off the impression of being pregnant. Nobody could figure out why her belly had grown into a huge ball.

It was baffling.

A farmer from Guizhou Province in China named Huang Guoxian claims her belly has grown and now weighs 44 pounds.

According to the 36-year-old, she has trouble sleeping and standing for long periods of time.

She has visited her neighborhood hospital a number of times, where doctors have tried numerous medicines and have run a series of tests, but her stomach keeps expanding. Her face, legs, and limbs were getting smaller, but her tummy was growing.

The state of affairs got worse. The woman started having trouble breathing, eating, and even moving.

Huang believes it is tough for her to care for her son and daughter while her husband is away at work, so she enlists the help of her grandparents and kids to help around the house.

She is also trying to raise money to pay for the rising medical expenses associated with trying to figure out what is wrong with her.

Huang claims that she was in discomfort as her belly began to develop two years ago, but that medication helped to lessen the pain and that her tummy has since continued to grow.

She was diagnosed with a multitude of illnesses, including liver cirrhosis, ovarian cancer, and an abnormal buildup of fluid in the chest and abdomen.

Her stomach only grew back after one doctor tried to remove the extra fluid, and another thought she might have a benign tumor.

She frequently gets mistaken for a woman who is extremely pregnant, and the mass has really upset her.

She reportedly stated, “I would feel irritated just by the smallest movement.”

She is currently working to raise $4,241 for a procedure that could save her life.

I can’t even begin to comprehend how awful and depressed this woman must feel, and my heart hurts for her since she lacks the resources to pay for all of the costs associated with identifying and treating her.

I’m hopeful a cure can be found soon so she may get back to her regular life. Please let people know.