However, because of an extremely rare condition called progeria, he looks ages.
Because of the disorder he also suffers from a swollen face, hollow eyes, sagging skin, ageing joints, difficulties passing urine, and has weak and
broken teeth, MailOnline reported.
People in his community, outside Magura in southern Bangladesh, avoid him and children are scared to play with him.
Other children avoid Bayezid.
'Bayezid only learned to walk at three, but he had a full set of teeth at three months old,' his mum Tripti Khatun said.
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'His physical growth is completely abnormal but mentally, he has wonderful conversation, very aware and is very intuitive for his age.
'He does not look like other children. He looks like an old man. As a first time mother, I can't bear the pain of seeing my child like this.'
Bayezid's parents have spent around £4,000 seeking medical advice
The average life expectancy of a person with progeria is just 13 years old, as they are at a high risk of fatal heart attacks and strokes.
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Bayezid's dad Lovelu said the couple have spent around £4,000 since he was born seeing different doctors and healers, but none have been able to
treat the condition.
'Yet his situation remains the same, and he's probably getting even worse day by day,' he added.
'My son isn't a normal baby, and it's tragic for any parent to know that his child will not survive for long.'
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