Baby boy born ‘pregnant’ with his twin brother
Doctors were astonished when they discovered a newborn boy was ‘pregnant’ – with his own twin brother.
They discovered the half-formed baby – complete with a brain, arm and legs – behind the otherwise-healthy new baby boy’s stomach after he was born.
They successfully operated to remove the 7cm mass which they now suspect was a rare ‘Fetus in fetu’ twin pregnancy – one of less than 200 ever recorded in the world.
The 19-year-old mother and her son from Mumbra, in Thane city near Mumbai in India, are now both healthy and doing well.
Gynecologist Dr Neena Nichlani said: ‘It is a case of... read more
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