MRI Appears To Show Twin Siblings Fighting In The Womb

  
This incredible video shows two twin siblings appearing to be struggling to get comfortable inside the womb. 

An MRI shows two babies as they are appearing to repeatedly fight and make up… Typical of siblings. Especially me and my sisters & brothers. 

The bigger of the two appears to not only be getting more of the food, but more of the space. 

It looks like these babies are already fighting, and making up, while in the uterus! It is amazing how much we can see in the womb today with modern technology. These images were taken from an MRI scan, or magnetic resonance imaging. 

The details that can be seen are incredible, especially the way these two little people are moving around trying to get comfortable. It seems sibling rivalry has already begun in the womb, at one point one twin seems downright frustrated, and kicks repeatedly at the other baby. The way the baby on the left moves its head and jaw, (watch closely at 100) for a second, it very sweetly looks like it kisses the other baby on top of the head.

This scan was done as part of a medical study in London, and the pictures were taken while the researchers, and Dr. Marisa Taylor-Clarke, were studying a rare medical condition that affects twins. 

We at Faithreel.com are grateful they shared this, it is a lot like seeing into a mysterious world we used to know so little about. These little babies are a beautiful sight to behold, and we’ve had the privilege of seeing what love looks like growing beneath.

Faithreel.com

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