The rarest type of twin mother is becoming viral with a shocking whirlwind two years after the boy gave birth safely.
With the fast-paced TikTok, which is currently played over 21.8 million times, Lex Ginger jumped into the "if you ... drop your finger" trend, but she experienced it. I rushed into a debilitating morning illness at 7 weeks of gestation. She went to her doctor for a scan to check her own baby — one baby previously identified a week before her.
"They keep looking, keep looking, keep looking, look at you, and say," You have twins. " But they don't say it in a happy way, Ginger remembered about the 2019 pregnancy. "But last week I didn't have twins, so I'll tell them right away that they don't have twins. They don't multiply that way."
"And she says, they do. I did, "she shared.
The doctor showed Ginger that the two babies were very close together. It meant one of two things: they were combined or Monochorionic-Monoamniotic.
Things, Colombia byto college means that both twins share the same amniotic sac and the same placenta. These twins are always the same and can be combined. This is the rarest and accounts for less than .1% of all pregnancy.
"And I said," OK, how many times have you seen it before? "She said," I've never seen this in my entire career. After that, he took out the medical book, blew away the dust, and read the two sentences of Monomono Twin, but it doesn't look good. "
Ginger is said to have a 50% survival rate for monomono babies, and at TikTok, doctors said she didn't even expect her to succeed after 24 weeks.
She said the news was particularly offensive as she went to the promise alone, assuring her husband that she didn't have to miss her job for an "inspection". Said. She also forgot her phone, so she tried to contact him about the apparently malfunctioning Apple Watch.
"And you are crying, your husband You're not there, and your Apple Watch isn't working, you're crazy about these twins that suddenly proliferated to you, and they're in the same York bag, and they're I'm at the same little party and things, they're hugging, and you're surprised, "Ginger said, finally dropping his finger.
But the story has a happy ending. Ginger gave birth to Max and Miles on May 16, 2019 — she revealed in another post. Her Tik Tok pagefocuses on the boy's unique storyand answers Internet questions about her identical, perhaps "mirror image" twins.