- A 20-year-old lady from Bangladesh has been found to possess 2 different wombs, a condition called didelphys
- The lady by name Arifa Sultana gave birth on 2 occasions, nearly a month apart
- Interestingly, on the second occasion, Arifa Sultana, gave birth to 2 children, a boy and a girl, giving her 3 kids in 2 months
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Arifa Sultana, a 20-year-old woman who lives in Bangladesh has given birth to two children, 26 days after having a child in what turns out to be the fact that she has two wombs.
Less than four weeks later, Dr Sheila Poddar, a gynaecologist at Ad-Din hospital in Dhaka, indicated that the 20-year-old new mother came to his unit complaining of discomfort in her abdomen.
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An ultrasound was carried out to see what was wrong with her only to find that she was presently pregnant with two children who grew up in the same womb.
According to Dr Poddar, Ms Sultana and her husband are "very poor" and she had "never had an ultrasound before", in the run-up to her first delivery.
The condition of possessing two wombs is actually not new, as it is known as didelphys and has been a rare occurrence in women.
It is indicated that all three children are doing very well whilst their mother is also responding to treatment after going through a C-section to birth the twins.
Meanwhile, an old visually impaired woman called Yaya Kwanjit at Saanbona in the North East Region of Ghana with the wish to lie on a mattress before she dies now rejoices as her wishes have come true.
JoyNews made the presentation of five mattresses and many other gifts in cash and kind as several people had come out to donate massively after the old woman's story was aired.
Yaya Kwanjit was so overwhelmed when the items reached her, she wouldn’t stop blessing those who send her gifts.
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