Published by: Sulaya Singha | Posted: July 5, 2022 9:10 pm| Updated: July 5, 2022 9:10 pm
Biplob Dutt, Krishnanagar: Two uteruses in two chambers of a woman’s body. In those two uteruses, two souls have gradually grown. It took about 36 weeks for the two children to grow in the mother’s womb through treatment. The woman finally gave birth to two healthy children after about an hour of surgery. One son and one daughter. The weight of newborns is also normal. Nadia’s Shantipur State General Hospital doctor set an example by performing this rare surgery. Holy dealer, anesthetist Dr. Abhijit Pal. Senior doctor was an associate. Abhijit Haldar.
There are a total of 16 such cases registered in the world. And this surgery at Shantipur State General Hospital is probably going to be registered as the first case in India. In that case it will be the 18th case. Despite the lack of infrastructure, the hospital authorities took the risk of this rare surgery. Dr. Tarak Barman said, “This operation had to be done with a little risk. We do not have a blood bank in our hospital. Of course there are blood storage units. In that case, if there was more blood than the stock, there would be a problem. Yet there was no way but to take the risk. The mother and two newborns are now completely healthy. ”
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The patient’s name is Mamni Khatun. Home Nadia in Palashipara Rudranagar village. After marrying Hasibul Sheikh, a resident of the village, her mother became pregnant twice. However, she had two miscarriages. The couple with a strong desire to be the mother of the child, the gynecologist of Shantipur State General Hospital. Communicates with the sacred matter. Before the child came to the womb for the third time. The couple was undergoing treatment at the holy shrine. Match the treatment response. The woman gives birth to a child for the third time. Dr. The dealer had earlier said that there were two uteruses in two chambers in the body of pregnant Mamani Khatun. So very carefully he continued his treatment.
Mamni Khatun’s husband Hasibul Sheikh said, “That doctor was much more worried than us. I have followed his every word to the letter. ” Regarding taking so much risk here without being referred to a hospital in Kolkata, Dr. Pabitra said, “In fact, the financial condition of the people in the patient’s house is not very good. It was not possible for them to go to a private hospital. So, despite the lack of infrastructure in our hospital, the operation has been carried out with the joint efforts of all at risk. ” The parents smiled as the two newborns recovered.
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