- A Nigerian woman, Folashade Butler, has given birth to a set of twins earlier than her due date
- With the help of a dedicated team of doctors, they quickly saw that she may not make her normal delivery time
- After the delivery, Folashade said she was grateful for the swift action of the doctors in saving her and the children
A Nigerian woman in the US, Folashade, has got every reason to rejoice after she gave birth to twins at a time she was not expecting it at all.
On the day before she gave birth, the Nigerian had only gone to the hospital to carry out a routine check as she was 37 weeks gone.
After a doctor in the medical facility, Lightfoote, saw her condition of swollen feet and that her blood was unexpectedly higher, she had to tell her the babies would need to be delivered the following day.
Folashade said the doctor did an amazing job at explaining in clear terms how she will be taken care of and why she had to be delivered of her babies earlier.
She said it is better one has a team of doctors that will not downplay serious health concerns when conversing with their patients.
Watch the moment after she gave birth below:
Below are some of the comments her post got:
"Wow. Thank God for His faithfulness and for the grace of having a mindful, caring and intentional doctor. Thank you, doctor. Glory to God."
"Omg!!! I’m so full watching this- nothing like a provider you trust! My God."
"Wow this is amazing she is holding them like her own!! That is amazing!! She loves and cares about you thank God for her."
"I love BLACK doctors who are not afraid to show true emotion Congratulations mama! You and dad got this!"
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 54-year old Nigerian woman, Funmi Ajagbe, gave birth to a set of triplets with her first pregnancy, a thing that does not usually happen.
The new mother’s friend, Odunayo Olupona, took to Facebook to disclose that Funmi welcomed her babies despite the long wait.
In her post on Tuesday, August 11, she posed a rhetorical question, asking: "Is there anything too hard for God to do?" as she emphasised with Yoruba praise words how great He is.