Despite sharing a pelvis and a genital only one of the conjoined twins is dating.

Conjoined twins Lupita and Carmen Andrade, 22, have led unique lives.

However, the sisters have no friends in common. Carmen has a boyfriend named Daniel and Lupita is asexual

They share the liver, bloodstream, reproductive system, and vagina. One foot at a time, Lupita controls her left. Carmen Yes.

In a recent interview with the Today Show, the couple answered the most frequently asked questions from the public. Lupita and Carmen Andrade are 22-year-old conjoined twins.


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Conjoined twins Lupita and Carmen Andrade, 22, have led unique lives.

However, the sisters have no friends in common. Carmen has a boyfriend named Daniel and Lupita is asexual

They share the liver, bloodstream, reproductive system, and vagina. One foot at a time, Lupita controls the left. Carmen Yes.

In a recent interview the couple answered the most frequently asked questions from the public.

“It’s not just about rainbows and sunshine,” Carmen told American television networks. “We’ve had a lot of challenges, but we’ve had a great life.”

The 22-year-old was born in Mexico but raised in Connecticut. They took their first steps at the age of four, after years of physical therapy that taught them how to stand up and control their legs as a couple. Despite years of difficult journeys, surgery was not an option for Carmen and Lupita as the risks were too great and potentially fatal for either or both.

However, although the couple has been together since 2020, there is no sexual relationship.

In an interview with Jubilee when they first started dating, Carmen said:
“Of course, we had to talk about which limits were good and which were not.”

However, Daniel is “fine” in the dynamic, and has actually developed a “close friendship”.

Long term, Carmen and her boyfriend want to live together before they finally get engaged. They love children, but they don’t want children of their own. “Daniel and I love kids, but we don’t want kids of our own. We want to be dog moms!”

She also added:
“Lupita and I cannot conceive. We have endometriosis and are also on hormone-blocking medications that stop menstruation.”

But she wants to spend a lot of time with her boyfriend, so splitting her free time fairly makes her feel guilty.

“Sometimes I feel sick when I want to spend a lot of time with Daniel. So we try to find compromises. increase.” 

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