Angie Cromar, a Utah woman, is pregnant with two babies that are going to be delivered seven days apart, which means they are not twins.
Cromar, a labor and delivery nurse, has two wombs; a rare condition called didelphys. Cromar never had a problem prior to this, according to LA Times, but this time she conceived in both wombs.
AdvertisementShe first because aware of this pregnancy being a dual one when she had her first ultrasound and doctors said one baby was five weeks old and the other six weeks old.
Cromar is aware that there may be complications such as pre-term labor and low birth weight, but she is nevertheless excited. Less than 100 women across the world have given birth after being diagnosed as having didelphys.