For every 600 million pregnancies, one mother describes how she conceived two children nine days apart. A Doncaster resident named Jordan Parks, 27, asserts that there are ten cases of super-twins. Jordan writes that the brothers were born on the same day and that they are now one year old “non-identical twins from two separate pregnancies.” Since they were made from two different eggs and were fertilized by two different sperm at two different times, they are not “regular” twins. Jordan said that because she needed fertility treatment for her first child Freddy, who is now three, as a result of her polycystic ovarian syndrome, she and her partner have given up on having more children. After feeling poorly during her second hormone treatment, she decided against continuing.
So when Jordan learned she was pregnant twins at a 10-week scan, she thought it might very well be a “miracle.” Jordan added, “I never thought I was pregnant, but I bought a test strip to make sure, and the results were positive.” I can’t believe it. I was told I was infertile, therefore I couldn’t believe my body was doing this. Actually, a miracle Superfrtation can happen to animals, but I never in a million years thought it would happen to me. It is absurd to even consider such a thing. It’s difficult for me to accept. Sometimes people don’t even believe me when I tell them I’m pregnant. The gang was in disbelief. At 22 weeks, an ultrasound revealed that Arthur, the child she had conceived initially, was doing well while her younger child wasn’t, and that Jordan’s brain was stuffed with cysts. The remainder of her pregnancy was not expected to be successful, according to Jordan. She remarked, “You could see how much tiny she was during my pregnancy.
According to the information we have, she has a better chance of surviving. The physician acknowledged that she had never seen a baby survive in such a state. I even received encouragement to breach my contract with Aubrey in order to aid Arthur and give him a better shot. I sat down with Jason, and after a lengthy discussion about our goals, we decided we didn’t want to end the pregnancy and were going to let it continue. We returned for another scan two weeks later to assess the situation. The atmosphere was extremely solemn, as if they were about to inform us that she had died away. “ But that was yet another miracle. We were informed that the baby will survive and that all cysts had disappeared, however she probably needs to spend some time in the NICU. I’m very happy we decided to keep the pregnancy going.
The remainder of the pregnancy proceeds somewhat well, if not wholly easily. Jordan’s water broke at 36 weeks, and she delivered the baby through emergency C-section. There is exactly 1 lb between them, she said. Firstborn Aubrey weighed 4 pounds 12 oz, and secondborn Arthur weighed 5 lbs 12 oz. Aubrey didn’t need to go to the NICU, which again surprised everyone. I had worried about that. The truth is that Arthur had to spend three days in the NICU because of back issues. It’s unsettling because I’ve always been assured that he is a healthy infant.” Although Aubrey’s heart was muttering, the family was assured that there was no need for concern and that both babies have since been born healthy, content, and thriving.