Conjoined Sisters Grew Up To Live Regular Lives After Separation

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Conjoined Sisters Grew Up To Live Regular Lives After Separation

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Babies are born all the time, it is still an amazing thing. The fact that out of millions of sperm, only one will make it to the egg and make a baby is incredible! But it gets even more amazing when people start having more than one baby at a time and they are identical. The question is what’s the likelihood of this happening? The chances of having triplets is roughly 1 in 8,000. The chances of having conjoined twins is 1 in 200,000 while only 5-25% of them survive. Now what are the chances of having identical triplets with a set of conjoined twins?Conjoined Sisters Grew Up To Live Regular Lives After Separation. 

On September 10, 2003, the girls underwent a 24-hour long surgery.

Darla and Jeff’s one son Luke took to the girls immediately.

The surgery would be done at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, performed by pediatric surgeon James Stein.

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The girls grew quickly and adapted to separate life well.

Two years after the surgery, Darla and Jeff adopted the triplets.

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The surgery would be extremely challenging.

In preparation for surgery, the sisters’ skin was stretched.

Twelve years later, the girls are living regular lives.

They skateboard, ride horses, and play like every other kid their age.

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But what’s so special about these girls?

Darla and Jeff Garrison started with a family of three boys.

They wanted to keep growing, so they fostered a set of triplets.

 

Darla and Jeff decided the girls needed to be separated.

 

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