A one in a million rare case where the Montana couple conceived and delivered identical triplets without the use of any fertility drugs
The Custer County High School sweethearts have been married for 9 years and they already had a 6 years old son Jax so when they conceived again this summer, what they didn’t know was that they were in for a surprise.
Jody and Jase Kinsey didn’t expect what they were going to be expecting soon. Jose headed to the pregnancy outreach clinic to have an initial ultrasound to see what they were going to have. The technician revealed that she might need to consult another doctor but according to him, they were going to have triplets.
Jody broke the news to Jase who works at the Miles City in the water and sewer department. He said he was expecting Jase’s father was half of twins so he said thought they were bound to end up with multiple births but he was definitely not expecting triplets.
Dr. Dana Darmon received the news of the Kinsey case details and reports as he took on the case and called in Jody for their next appointment.
For Dr. Darmon, this is like a one in a million case and especially when the Kinseys have never used fertility drugs. The Kinseys already have a 6 years old son, Jax. Dr. Darmon made it a point to see Jody every four weeks after their initial appointment.
He said that when you hear that someone is having triplets, all you think of are complications that the mother might have. Jody was having identical triplets that meant that the boys were going to be sharing the same placenta so they were bound to have a complicated birth process.
Thankfully, there was no problem and Jody was escorted to the hospital where Dr. Darmon saw her smiling and happy but her placenta had already dilated and the boys were delivered by C-section. The birth occurred after 32 weeks which is the normal time for triplets gestation in America.
The first to be born was Cade weighing in at 3 pounds, 13 ounces followed by Ian weighing 3 pounds, 11 ounces and last to be born was Milo at 4 pounds, 1 ounce. Jace wasn’t there to witness history being made but the nurses took pictures of the delivery.
He said that it was going to be a challenge raising three kids at once. He said they couldn’t wait to see what they will do once they grow up and figure out all the fun they could have when they figure out how they’re going to take advantage of looking alike.
Dr. Darmon said that the problem with premature births is eating and breathing. The boys were intubated immediately to ensure stable breathing and it worked. They were placed in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the hospital where they are tube fed until they can eat properly and gain healthy size.
Cade, as the oldest triplet has already been released and is waiting for his brothers with his mother and grandmother at the Ronald McDonald House. The family is in for a treat with the three sons.
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