WTVM said it is likely Hatcher and her latest babies will be the topic of a case study. Her OB/GYN said twins are close enough a term to use for the two girls. “I think medically, this is such a rare thing that we don’t have a better way of describing it besides still calling them twins,” Patel said.
Kelsey Hatcher said she’s known about her physical oddity for a while, and she knows it is rare, but to be pregnant in both uteri is nearly a medical marvel.Because of its rarity, her pregnancy is considered high risk. https://t.co/kGgRJ8f2Qr — KTRE News (@KTREnews) November 10, 2023
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