A woman in Reykjavík gave birth to triplets last Friday in a natural delivery. This was the first natural delivery of triplets in Iceland in almost 30 years. According to RÚV, Icelandic State Radio, the mother, Sveinborg Hauksdóttir, and the father, Stefán Arinbjarnarson, had asked to have the birth as natural as possible, although it is usual with triplets to deliver by Ceasarian section. Reynir Tómas Geirsson, doctor at the National Hospital, said the last set of naturally delivered triplets were born in Akureyri 28 years ago.
Woman Gives Birth to Triplets – the natural way
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