A 25 Million to 1 Christmas Miracle

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    This British woman, 23-year-old Hannah Kersey, gave birth to triplets (three girls), which in itself, is not that out of the ordinary until you know that she did it with TWO wombs. Thats right, this woman has two baby making factories. If you remember your middle school sexual education classes (unless you are from Kentucky and it was thrown out with evolution) women usually only have one womb, it's not an assembly line.

    The babies were conceived from two eggs produced during ovulation - one in each womb - which were fertilized at the same time by two different sperm. One egg then split and produced identical twins while the other developed into a single baby, odds on this happening are 25 million to 1!

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  2. Wow. Good for them!
  3. She has two wombs? I wonder what that looks like. I am not trying to be gross. I have always been interested in the medical field, and unusual medical cases always pique my curiosity.
  4. Thats amazing! They are beautiful babies.

    But on the other hand, I'm from KY and I had sex ed in middle school....and my lil niece had to take a baby home with her for two days for her sex ed class in middle school. Let me tell you, it made a huge impression on her!!!;) Such a good thing!
  5. Wow, fascinating! A miracle indeed! :biggrin:
    Aww, they look so cute! :smile:
  6. That's cute! How does one go about getting multiple wombs?
  7. wow, she has two wombs, interesting! Those babies are gorgeous! Good for them!
  8. i read this the other day... wow, what a miracle indeed! they are gorgeous little babies!
  9. You get multiple wombs because you are born with them... lame comparison but same as a person with 6 fingers. That is really weird- and low odds!
  10. Wow, cool for them. Cute babies.
  11. :rolleyes:
  12. Haha, I was going to say that they DO have Sex Ed, which basically consists of: "No doing it until you're married."
  13. wow!! what a christmas present! that lady is incredibly lucky..

    but wouldnt the non-identical triplet feel left out? hmm
  14. What an amazing story! Congrats to the family with 3 beautiful girls.
  15. Wow, that's pretty neat. Congrats to the parents, such adorable little babies! :love: