Texas woman gives birth to rare set of twins conceived one week apart. How is this possible?

In an extremely rare case, a Texas woman became pregnant while already pregnant and ended up giving birth to twins, conceived about a week apart, according to news reports.

The 30-year-old woman, named Cara Winhold, first learned she was pregnant in March 2021, and when she received an ultrasound five weeks later, only one embryo appeared to be developing in her uterus. The Daily Mail reported (opens in new tab). However, because Winhold had a history of miscarriages, her doctor asked her to come in for another scan just two weeks later to check it out pregnancy made good progress. During this follow-up examination, the scan showed not just one, but two implanted embryos.

https://www.livescience.com/rare-case-superfetation-texas Texas woman gives birth to rare set of twins conceived one week apart. How is this possible?

Russell Falcon

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