5-month-old baby girl turns to stone in Britain | Parents in pain | Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive.

It is heartbreaking that a 5 month old baby girl in Britain is suffering from a very rare genetic disease that turns into stone.

A 5-month-old baby girl turns to stone in Britain.

It is heartbreaking that a 5 month old baby girl in Britain is suffering from a very rare genetic disease that turns into stone.

Alex and Dave, from Hertfordshire, UK, gave birth to a baby girl, Lexi Robbins, on January 31.

His parents showed the doctor that this baby had problems including immobility in the fingers.

 The doctors later confirmed that the child had a very rare genetic condition called Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP).

Doctors are shocked that this FOP disease, which can affect only one in 2 million people, can cause the skin on one’s body to turn into little stones and their lifespan can only be as long as 40 years.

It is also said that people with the disease can become bedridden at the age of 20.

And doctors who say there is currently no treatment for this baby are shocked that no vaccine or vaccine can be given to this baby and that she will not be able to give birth to this baby as the baby grows.

According to Lexi Robbins’ parents, she’s absolutely brilliant.

According to Lexi Robbins’ parents, she’s absolutely brilliant.  She sleeps through the night, constantly laughing and barely crying.

We want to be parents trying to make a difference to Lexi.  We are trying to make a difference for children and their parents affected by such a horrible disease.

5-month-old baby girl turns to stone in Britain | Parents in pain | Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive.
5-month-old baby girl turns to stone in Britain | Parents in pain | Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive.

In addition, Lexi’s parents have begun to raise funds for research into the disease and to save their daughter.