A couple in Bangladesh was in for an unexpected surprise when the spouse delivered twins, 26 days after giving birth to a boy, something considered as very uncommon in medicinal history, media reported on Tuesday. ‘Arifa Sultana’ was rushed to Ad-din hospital in the southwestern city of Jessore on March 22 to a medical clinic after she became sick and there she delivered twins a girl and a boy through cesarean operation.
Arifa had on February 25 given premature birth to baby boy, bdnews24.com site revealed. Sheila Poddar, the head of the medical clinic’s gynecology division who attended to the lady, said she found in an ultrasonography test that Arifa has two uteruses.
“The primary infant was conceived from one womb. The two children brought into the world here are from the other one,” she said. Poddar said that the mother and the children are progressing nicely. “It’s an uncommon occurrence. I have seen such a case out of the blue. I had not, in any case, caught wind of such an occurrence previously,” she was cited as saying by the site.
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