So I know we all kind of worry, wonder and fret a little that when we go in for that first ultrasound, the doctor will see two babies. You always hear about women who are shocked to find out they are having twins or maybe even triplets! But imagine the ultrasound tech freaking out and getting her boss. The boss comes in and says, by the way, your baby is fine, but you have two uteruses, two vaginas and two cervixes!
Thursday, January 8, 2009
My question is, can this woman get pregnant in both of her wombs? Doctors say it is possible, but not likely. They she has a 60%-65% chance of carrying her baby full term. The two uteruses she has are smaller than a normal uterus.
Here's the full story on ABC:
Now this would be a shocking discovery! Can you imagine this?