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Mom was shocked to find that two identical twins were waiting

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A Massachusetts woman who went to renew her contraceptive prescription learned that she was expecting four children.

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But not just some four babies – two sets of identical twins.

Ashley Ness, 35, from Taunton, Mass., Learned she was waiting in February and received a shocking news two weeks later, People said.

“Will I have twins?” Ness remembered asking an ultrasound technician, who said, “I don’t know, honey,” and left the room.

It turned out that the technician had to Google find out what was potentially happening.

She came back and asked if anyone had told Ness she had twins – and then asked her not to tell people.

“So it’s triggering an ultrasound,” Ness said. “And she says, ‘Honey, there are actually four kids here.’

More precisely, two sets of identical twins.

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A high-risk pregnancy is responsible for two eggs fertilized at the same time, and each fertilized egg is then redistributed according to the magazine. Each halved egg remains in its own placenta, unlike traditional quadruplets, where four eggs would be wrapped separately.

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Hairdresser Ness has a eight-year-old daughter and lives with her boyfriend and his two youngest sons.

Ness told people she had a miscarriage four times while trying to conceive.

“I just kind of accepted that I was blessed with one child, and I took his boy for granted,” Ness said. “So I’m like, ‘My life is complete,’ I never expect to find out I have another child.”

Well, babies who were reported as a “big shock.”

She learned that one set of twins would be a man, the other a woman.

“It really was just a blessing after a blessing,” Ness told the magazine, but admitted, “It’s going to be crazy.”

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Friends of Ness launched GoFundMe because they knew the average cost of quadruplets was more than $ 68,000 a year.

“These expenses do not include specialized treatment for premature babies, which it will be,” the page said. “Babies are due in October; however, for the health and well-being of Ashley and her children, births will most likely be in mid-August. Ashley can’t go back to work because these little miracles will need constant care for most of the first year. “

Ness is undoubtedly – and understandably – “very excited” and “at the same time very nervous” about the next chapter of her family.

She is one of four siblings and will make sure that her sister and two brothers join and help.

“Even if they didn’t want to be part of the team, they will be part of the team,” says Ness. “They have no choice.”

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