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Young Mum Delivers Healthy Twins One MONTH After Giving Birth To Baby Boy

A young mother has delivered healthy twins nearly a month after giving birth to a baby boy.

Arifa Sultana, 20, and husband Sumon Biswas welcomed a premature little tot into the world at Khulna Medical College Hospital, in Bangladesh, on February 25.

Arifa was then was sent home to look after her child and began settling into life as a new mum.

But her world was turned upside down when she was rushed to hospital on March 26 after her waters broke.


She underwent an emergency C-section and delivered twins a short time later.

The little boy and girl are said to be perfectly healthy.

She has returned to her home with her new arrivals.

Sumon, a local labourer, earns around £53 a month.

Arifa is worried they won't be able to support the children and said doesn't know how the family "will manage such a huge responsibility with this little amount".

Doctors believe she had two wombs and managed to carry children to full term in both of them.

Medical expert Dilip Roy said such cases are incredibly rare.

She told The Tribune: "She didn't realise she was still pregnant with the twins.

"Her waters broke again 26 days after the first baby was born and she rushed to us.

"The first baby was born from one womb. The two babies born here are from the other womb.

"It's a rare incident. I have seen such a case for the first time. I had not even heard about such incident before."

Dad Sumon has vowed to provide a good life for the three new babies.

He told AFP: "It was a miracle from Allah that all of my children are healthy. I will try my best to keep them happy."

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