Mom delivers one baby. Four weeks later, a doctor discovers the unborn twins in the second uterus


Arifa Sultana, age 20, is a Bangladeshi woman from a low-income household.

She and her husband were thrilled to find they were expecting, but they were also concerned about their ability to provide for a kid right away.

The spouse of Arifa works hard and makes less than $70 a month. Yet they were both adamant about giving their child the greatest childhood possible.

She gave birth to a son in late February 2019.

The new parents were settling into their roles as parents, and everything was going smoothly.

Then she started having terrible stomach problems just 26 days after their kid was born.

She was taken urgently to a hospital. Her water broke a second time, and no one could believe it.

She was born with an extremely unusual disease, which neither Arifa nor her physicians were aware of.

Her obstetrician, Dr. Sheila Poddar, claimed that she had never before seen this kind of pregnancy.

Arifa had twins in labor when she went into labor because she had a second womb at birth, often known as a double uterus or uterus didelphys.

Experts are now outlining Arifa’s strange pregnancy narrative and explaining how she have been carrying more children without even being aware of it. Share with your friends and fam.

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