Two women were born alive at the same hospital, after doctors found a genetic disorder in the umbilical cord of one of the women.
The babies were born with identical genetic abnormalities.
Both were born at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, in Des Moines.
The umbilicals are not connected and doctors did not know exactly how the babies came to have identical DNA.
Doctors had initially hoped the twins would be healthy.
But the babies are still battling heartburn and have a different set of genes.
It’s a blessing to have a chance to grow up with a healthy body, to have an intact womb and a healthy heart, and I can be with my babies.””
Because I was born in the womb, my body was so strong, and my heart was so hard.
It’s a blessing to have a chance to grow up with a healthy body, to have an intact womb and a healthy heart, and I can be with my babies.”
The twins have a common genetic condition called precum-pregnancy pregnancy.
The condition affects about one in 10,000 women and is considered to be an inherited defect.
It affects the production of the hormone progesterone and can lead to low birth weight, low birth-weight babies, low immunity, increased risk of infections, and problems with bone development.
Collins said the babies were delivered by cesarean section, which can cause complications.
“We don’t have the data to tell if the babies had precum or not,” she said.
“But it does not look like they had a normal umbilicus, which means that if they have precum they could have a normal birth.
We’re not even sure that we know which is which.”
The babies are healthy and are doing well at home.
They were not born with a genetic abnormality.
Doctors have not told the families if the twins will be able to walk or use a wheelchair at home, but Collins said the twins are healthy enough to return to work.
Both babies were released from the hospital after six days of being in the NICU, Collins said.
Collins said she hopes to continue working and give birth to more babies.