A 22 year old Thai man found out what to do when his wife went into labor.
He logged onto YouTube! He grabbed a kitchen knife, quickly sterilized it and cut the umbilical cords of his baby twin girls. The mother, also 22, and the very cute newly arrived offspring are all doing fine. The drama started at the Lopburi house of phoo yai ban assistant Sirirat where her relatives Duanghathai or Dew and Donlarit or Dear from Nakhon Sawan were staying with her. It was late Friday night when Dew started experiencing pains that she thought were stomach related. She went to the loo and things abated then the pains returned. Soon she delivered a baby girl. She thought that was the end of it but it wasn’t – another little girl popped out.
Husband Dear didn’t want to bother the houseowner who was sick and he hadn’t a single baht so he went on YouTube to find out what to do next. He used boiling water to sterilize the kitchen knife and set to work cutting the umbilical cords. Dew lost a lot of blood but has now started to recover thanks to more recognized medical assistance.
The newborns – elder Kochanipha and younger Kenika – are happy as can be and doing fine.Facebook.
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