My name is Kristen. I am a wife to a US Navy Reservist and a mom to 4 beautiful children (ds x 3 and dsd). I had 2 miscarriages in 2009, and I had my third miscarriage in 2/2010. After that loss, I was diagnosed with homozygous MTHFR A1298C mutation. Just found out
[More] on 4/18/10 that I was pregnant again! This time I was on Lovenox and Folgard, and this one stuck. On 12/10/10, I welcomed my 3rd son to the world, and he is amazing. I am a new SAHM - just left the work world a year ago. I was a correctional officer, and after my first loss, I decided I wanted to be home with my kids and spend more time being a mom rather than an employee. I love God, and I love my family. I am a very compassionate and sensitive person. I love to help people, so if you need to talk, I'm here!
"The condition you are claiming to is called Superfetation. This is VERY rare in humans, and can only happen in women with Uterus Didelphys (when they have 2 uteri). However, the only cases of this happening, and the only way it can pos..."
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