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In 'exceptionally rare' ectopic pregnancy, baby discovered inside woman's liver


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In what is being called an 'exceptionally rare' ectopic pregnancy, an unborn baby was discovered growing inside a woman's liver after she had an ultrasound.

The extremely rare case was highlighted by Dr Michael Narvey, a pediatrician at Children's Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba in Canada. A short clip of the ultrasound has now been made public.

The doctor has now shared details of the highly unusual case on his TikTok account.

https://www.timesnownews.com/the-buzz/article/in-exceptionally-rare-ectopic-pregnancy-baby-discovered-inside-womans-liver/841093

https://www.ladbible.com/news/baby-discovered-inside-womans-liver-20211216

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This is a bit confusing now. Ths is third thread on the same topic in the last 2-3 days. Should we comment on the same thing again here? Or, just a transfer our comments from the same threads we already commented on?

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1 hour ago, jethrofloyd said:

This is a bit confusing now. Ths is third thread on the same topic in the last 2-3 days. Should we comment on the same thing again here? Or, just a transfer our comments from the same threads we already commented on?

There was one other thread on this topic that was started after this one. Since the topic had already been posted, the second was closed. It happens sometimes that a story will get noticed by a couple different members and it gets double posted. Sorry about the confusion. 

This is the open thread on the topic, so you can comment about it here :tu:

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