Twinkle Dwivedi, a 14-year-old Indian girl, who literally cries tears of blood, is set to appear on television.
'The Girl Who Cries Blood' will show Twinkle Dwivedi shed blood from her eyes on C4, Tuesday.
Twinkle's strange disorder has baffled medical experts as well.
"I have never seen a case like it in medical history," the News of the World quoted British specialist Dr George Buchanan, who travelled to India to investigate the case, as saying.
"I examined her body and saw no signs of cuts or bruising anywhere. This really is a condition we have never seen before," he added.
Twinkle who first cried blood when she was 11 suffers from the syndrome 50 times a day.
She said: "I was so scared. It didn't hurt but it was scary and messy. Friends thought it disgusting.
"My school blouse went all red and no one would come near me. I used to cry when it happened but now I just keep quiet. I just want to get better.
"I bleed from my eyes, my hands, my head, everywhere. It doesn't hurt but it makes me tired and I have headaches. It upsets me when people call me names and say I am possessed."