Australian woman becomes pregnant twice in 10 days

One woman from Australia is baffling scientists with her incredible medical miracle.

Kate Hill and her husband had been trying to have a baby for awhile. After struggling to conceive, Kate was diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Though fairly common, PCOS prevents many women from ovulating.

While receiving hormone treatment for PCOS, Kate became pregnant -- and pregnant again, in a span of only 10 days. Her case is so rare, only 10 cases of superfetation have been documented in the world.

Kate's two babies were given two separate due dates, ten days apart. In the end, Charlotte and Olivia Hill were born healthily on the same day.

Today, the twins are 10-months old, and are stealing people's hearts!

Those are some lucky babies!

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Twins conjoined at the heart are separated in miracle surgery

Savannah and Scarlett were separated by a team of incredible doctors. 

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Savannah and Scarlett were separated by a team of incredible doctors. 

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Savannah and Scarlett were separated by a team of incredible doctors. 

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Savannah and Scarlett were separated by a team of incredible doctors. 

(Photo credit: INSIDE EDITION)

Savannah and Scarlett were separated by a team of incredible doctors. 

(Photo credit: INSIDE EDITION)

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