Mom Gives Birth To 3rd Set Of Twins In 3 Years!!

LOS ANGELES - APRIL 5: A sonogram and baby booties are left by people praying for blessings for their babies at Nuestra Senora Reina de Los Angeles Catholic Church which was founded in 1781 and is currently used primarily by Latino immigrants April 5, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. As the demographics of large cities in the U.S. continue to shift, populations of large U.S. cities would shrink without immigrants who provide the only source of growth as native-born Americans move to other regions, according to Census Bureau estimates released this week. Without the influx of immigrants from 2000 to 2006, the New York metro region would have lost an estimated nearly 600,000 people while the Los Angeles area would have lost more than 200,000, San Francisco down by 188,000 and Boston 101,000 people. The U.S. has about 36 million immigrants, a third of whom are in the country illegally. Many people believe that a shrinking population would hurt the U.S. economy. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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In a rare occurrence, a mom has given birth to her 3rd set of twins...

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Kansas Mom Gives Birth to Third Set of Twins in 2 Years

Danesha Couch, 20, of Kansas City, Kansas, welcomed two daughters, Darla and Dalanie, on June 17. "I was surprised on my second time because me and their dad were discussing it, jokingly," Couch told ABC News, recalling when she learned she was carrying her second set of twins.

ABC News reported that 20 yr old Danesha Couch of Kansas City, Kansas, welcomed two daughters, Darla and Dalanie, on June 17. The girls arrived less than one year after their twin sisters, Delilah and Davina, who were born May 29, 2015. "I was surprised on my second time because me and their dad were discussing it, jokingly," Couch told ABC News, recalling when she learned she was carrying her second set of twins. "I said, 'This is not happening right now. Pinch me.' [My fiance] pinched me, and it was reality." Couch gave birth to her first set of twins, boys named Desmond and Danarius, on April 13, 2014. Sadly, Desmond died shortly after birth from a placental abruption, which deprived the baby of oxygen, she said. All three sets of twins are fraternal, and Couch said she had all of her children without the use of fertility drugs. She had a cesarean section with each pregnancy.

Doctors warned her that because she drops more than one egg at a time she would have a greater chance of conceiving multiples, she said.