Karan Johar RESTRICTED visitors from meeting his Babies
Last week Karan Johar was finally allowed to take his twins, Yash Johar and Roohi Johar home after they were kept under a close watch in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) of Surya Hospital in Mumbai. Since the babies were premature at the time of their birth, they have to be kept under strict supervision and proper care as they are easily prone to infections.
The day he took his babies home, the doctors gave him a clear warning to not let many people meet the newborns. They explained to him that since his babies were premature, they are susceptible to infections and must be kept away from too many visitors.
Dr. Bhupendra Avasthi, the doctor-in-charge of the babies has been quoted: “Normally, babies have low immunity and in case of premature births, extra precaution is mandatory,” he told Mid-Day, adding, “Regular follow-up (check-up) is of utmost importance, so that we can monitor their growth. Deficiencies that they had during birth also need to be checked. We have fixed dates to conduct tests and ascertain their health. He (Karan) needs to keep a tab on the number of guests he receives; the babies are susceptible to infection.”
The infants are surely showing a positive sign, their health has slightly improved and they have become double of their initial weight (1.5 kilos) only in two months.
Following the doctor’s advice, Karan isn’t allowing all his friends to visit his babies. Just a few of his very close and intimate friends are allowed to meet.
We pray for the good health of Yash and Rooh