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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Meet the baby girl from Texas who was born twice

Lynlee weighed 2.4kg when she was born a second time. Picture: Facebook

A little girl, Lynlee from Texas who was removed from the womb at 23 weeks for surgery and then placed back in her mother’s womb is being called nothing short of a miracle. According to her mother Margaret Boemer, she received a scary news about her baby early in her pregnancy.
“They saw something on the scan, and the doctor came in and told us that there was something seriously wrong with our baby and that she had a sacrococcygeal teratoma,” Boemer said in an interview shared by Texas Children’s Hospital. “And it was very shocking and scary, because we didn’t know what that long word meant or what diagnosis that would bring.”
Eventually little Lynlee was able to go home with her family. Picture: Facebook
Lynlee with her family
Lynlee Boemer was removed out of the womb for 20 minutes when she weighed just 548g to remove the tumor.  She was later put back inside her mum's uterus where she remained for another 12 weeks before she was born into the world by C-section at 36 weeks and weighed 2.4kg.
“It was her second birth basically,” Boemer said. “It was a relief to finally see her and to see that she had made it through after the open fetal surgery her heart had time to heal while I was still pregnant with her so she has no heart issues now and is just doing amazing.”

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