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Premature Baby Born With Amazing Full Luscious Locks Went Viral

PREMATURE BABY – A baby born eight weeks early went viral due to its fully blown luscious hair.

Jaxon-James Ayers was introduced to the world earlier than expected. But, despite this, he already has a better set of hair than a lot of people. According to an article from Ladbible, Jaxon-James was born in Northern Ireland.

Furthermore, he was diagnosed with a rare congenital condition that affects one in every 50,000 babies. This condition is called “hyperinsulinism”. With this, unregulated insulin secretion of from his beta-cells of the pancreas requires him to have a regular dose of Diazoxide.

Premature Baby Born With Magnificent Hair Goes Viral

Meanwhile, among the side effects of this condition is Jaxon-James having his hair rapidly grow. Due to this unique trait, the baby has become quite popular on social media.

Along with this, his mom, Shannon Ayres, said she loved to show him off. However, she did not expect the reaction of netizens on social media.As per the article, Shannon said:

Jaxon-James was born eight weeks premature so we were very surprised that he had so much hair. He has hair on his arms and legs also. People are always shocked when they see him and the amount of hair he has. Some people would joke that he will be ready for a haircut soon.

Premature Baby Born With Magnificent Hair Goes Viral

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