Bristol, England, normally women have a uterus in the body. But this woman has a uterus with 2 small size makes it difficult to undergo his full term and preterm risk.
Danielle Young (29 years) are known to have two pieces of the womb or uterus is called the Bicornuate at age 18. This condition means that her uterus is divided into two parts and both closed with one another so as to make the uterus is separated.
Doctors also perform a blocking of the fallopian tube so that the uterus is only one who can function well. This is because the uterus is owned by Young smaller than normal size so that it is difficult to undergo a full pregnancy and the risk of losing both her baby if she was pregnant in each uterus.
“I know that this condition makes it harder to be my mother and I have to accept it, but I really love kids,” said Young who lives with her husband Richard (39 years) in Bridgwater, Somerset, as quoted from Dailymail.
When he was known to be pregnant, doctors initially thought that only happens in pregnancy is only one uterus only. But the doctor was very surprised when it was revealed he had a twin pregnancy in each uterus.
“The egg was able to pass through the fallopian tube previously been thought to have blocked well and this is very unusual. An obstetrician will see a case once in a lifetime,” said Prof. Andrew Shennan, professor of obstetrics at Kings College Hospital, London.
Before these are pregnant with twins, Young had a normal pregnancy babies born in February 2007, named Paige. But five months later he began to feel unwell and when she was pregnant again dketahui examined.
“Hard to believe, when I do an ultrasound heart rate seen in the stomach, but when the scanner is moved a little longer then there is a heartbeat in the womb of another. And I was pregnant with twins in both the uterus,” She said.
Young said that was like a miracle because no one could explain how she can get pregnant when a tube is blocked fallopinya. The doctors were puzzled by this condition.
When the doctor warned him that there is a second chance this baby could not survive for a full nine months, especially the fetus in the womb left because the smaller size.
Young had to do a scan every week at St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol until he finally reached the age of 6 months of pregnancy and should give birth prematurely in December 2007.
The twins were eventually born by emergency Caesarean section, infant, named Joshua was born weighing 1.07 kg and the baby, named Lea weighing 0.96 Kg.
Initially doctors worried the baby could not survive, it turns out both are great fighters as though born prematurely and small weight, but the baby could survive until the age of 4 years and have the same weight and height as a normal child.
“People think they are twins because of the age of 3 are so close, but when I saw them, I know that miracles can happen,” said Young.
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