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My Girls Are My Strength & I’m Struggling to Save Them: Hyderabad Couple Requests Help

"When she finally got pregnant again, we were so happy—but because it was a twin pregnancy her condition became high risk and complicated."

My Girls Are My Strength & I’m Struggling to Save Them: Hyderabad Couple Requests Help

Losing a child is one of the worst tragedies that could befall a parent. Imagine the loss of three!

T Uma Devi is a teacher, and her husband is a physics lecturer. They always yearned to have children but unfortunately, till recently, they could not. In the past, Uma Devi had miscarried thrice.

“Last year we found out that she has been suffering from chronic hypertension and anaemia.

When she finally got pregnant again, we were so happy—but because it was a twin pregnancy her condition became high risk and complicated.” the husband told Humans of Bombay (HoB).

The father with the newborns. Source: Humans of Bombay.

As there was a risk to the health of the twins, Uma Devi was forced to schedule an early delivery. When they were born, the girls were extremely underweight and needed to be placed in an incubator to survive. The couple has tried everything—from exhausting their savings to breaking their fixed deposits—for the treatment of their twins, Shivani and Vaishnavi.

Speaking to HoB, the couple is appealing to you to help them. Please read their post here and support them in any way you can.

(Edited by Gayatri Mishra)

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