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Mother gave birth to rare case of twins having different fathers.


Mom Gave Birth To Twins, But The DNA Test Proves The Twins Have Different Father!

The birth of a child is filled with magic and emotions that we are quite familiar that about 1,000 babies are born each year. The best-kept secret of our generation? How great it is to have a baby. No teacher or parent we knew would ever have talked to us about the joy of being a mother, the amount of love and laughter it brings into your life, together with a sense of purpose and meaning.

They talked to us about the terrible weight of responsibility that parenthood was, the pain of childbirth, the loss of freedom, the sleepless nights, the destruction of career prospects, the loss of power and the dependence on men. It is one of the great moments of any woman’s life when she hears her child’s voice and saw his/her face for the first time. But for this man in Vietnam, the story of having twins with his wife got a very disappointing turn.

The presumed father ordered a paternity test after receiving pressure from a family member who noted that the twins looked very different - for example, one had straight, fine hair, while the other had thick and wavy hair. The test showed that the wife was the mother of both children, but her husband was only the father of one. To explain how this can happen, you first have to understand how twins are formed.

There are two different types of twins: identical or fraternal. Identical twins are monozygotic, meaning the embryo forms with one male seed and female egg and then splits into two. But fraternal twins are dizygotic, meaning there are two separate female eggs in them and are fertilized by two separate male seed. 



Basically, fraternal twins are ordinary siblings that just happen to be born at the same time, whereas identical twins are formed from the same female egg.



Now here’s where it gets interesting - seeing as fraternal twins involve two separate female eggs, they don’t have to be fertilized by the same father.



But how does that work? We know that sperm can survive in the uterus for up to five days after lovemaking, and there’s a 24-hour window in which an egg can be fertilised, so that means that if a woman had made loved with multiple partners in the span of few days, and has released two eggs during ovulation, she could end up with bi-paternal twins.



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The results indicated the man was related to only one of the babies. Ruling out a hospital mix-up, his wife was found to be the biological mother of both children. According to reports, the twins were the same gender, born on the same day, just a few hours apart, but looked completely different.



The report said the twins were now two years old and one of them had thick, wavy hair, while the other had thin, straight hair. It’s pretty amazing what the human body is capable of.


It’s a first for Vietnam, a paternity test has shown that a set of twins have the same mother, but were conceived by separate fathers. “Our Centre for Genetic Analysis and Technology lab has tested and found a pair of bi-paternal twins,” Dr Le Dinh Loung said. “This is rare not only for Vietnam but for the world.”

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