Baby girl is born with four legs and three hands after two triplets ‘become conjoined in womb’

Baby girl is born with four legs and three hands after two triplets ‘become conjoined in womb’

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A WOMAN has given birth to a baby girl with four legs and three hands in Rajasthan, India.

Doctors believe the child was originally part of a set of triplets – two of which became conjoined during the pregnancy.

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The little girl was born with four legs and three hands after two triplets were conjoined in the womb[/caption]

Mum Raju, 24, gave birth to the twins in a government-run hospital in Tonk in Rajasthan, India, on Friday night.

While the baby boy is healthy, the little girl was born with an extra set of legs and hands covering her entire chest and abdomen.

It’s thought that the extra limbs could be removed through surgery.

Dr Rohitesh Meena, the surgeon who delivered the babies, said: “Raju gave birth naturally to the twins at around 2:46 am.

“The male child is normal but the female is a case of conjoined twins.

“She had a minor breathing issue.

“We put her on oxygen support and her vitals are stable now.

“We will refer her to an advanced hospital in Jaipur for further treatment and paediatric surgery.

“The mother and the male child are stable.”

Raju and her husband, Badhulal Gurjar, a daily wage labourer, were expecting their first child.

The illiterate parents hadn’t gone for an ultrasound during the pregnancy and didn’t know Raju was carrying twins.

“They had not gone for an ultrasound.

“They were distressed after the birth of the baby girl,” added Dr Meena.

Doctors believe it could be the first case where triplets are born naturally but one pair is conjoined.

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The little girl was thought to be conjoined in the womb, hence her extra limbs[/caption]

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The parents didn’t have an ultrasound during the pregnancy, so didn’t realise that the mum would be delivering twins[/caption]

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The girl’s extra limbs can supposedly be removed through surgery[/caption]

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