Angie Cromar is expecting, which is not unusual. But she is not pregnant with only one baby but two, who are due a week apart.
On account of didelphys, a rare condition, she has two uteruses. She has already had two normal pregnancies, giving birth to two children. But this time she is five weeks in one, and six weeks in the other, she told a TV station.
Oddly enough she works as a labor and delivery nurse and that is why she is aware of the risks of her condition: pre-term labor and low birth weight. The chances of what happened to this woman are approximately one in five million.