A woman born with two wombs has conceived in both after a ‘one in 50 million’ miracle – and the babies are expected to be born around Christmas. Kelsey Hatcher, a 32-year-old massage therapist from Alabama, learned about her condition, ‘uterus didelphys,’ at the age of 17.
This rare condition results in women having a double uterus and affects approximately 0.3% of women. Kelsey discovered the surprising dual pregnancy during an eight-week ultrasound visit in May.
Kelsey and her husband Caleb are now preparing for Cesarean sections for at least one of the babies – or possibly both.
The mother-of-three shares her journey on the Instagram account ‘doubleuhatchlings.’
She wrote: ‘We were kind of blown away! During that first ultrasound, we had LOTS of laughs.’
Kelsey hopes to have a natural birth for Baby A and Baby B, whom she affectionately calls ‘the girlies’.