A woman Hungary has given birth to what docs are considering a “miracle baby” due to her rare condition. Adel Varga, 29, was diagnosed 10 years ago with Herlyn-Werner-Wunderlich syndrome which means she was born with two uteruses, two vaginas and two cervixes. She also found out she had endometriosis in both uteruses and that she only had one kidney.
After being told she’d never be able to have a baby – and having her previous partner leave her over the prognosis – Varga soon became pregnant with her new partner. How did she do it? Adel explained by saying, “We created four embryos, and had one transferred in November 2022. Luckily our first IVF attempt was successful, which we were so shocked about because even the fertility doctor said he did not think we would succeed.” They welcomed their daughter on July 11th and say they’re thankful for a healthy baby girl.