A 35-year-old mother received the shock of her life after she gave birth to twin daughters who share one body.
Ket May, from Siem Reap, Cambodia, hadn't been aware that she'd give birth to conjoined twins, assuming she was just pregnant with one large baby, as she and her husband, Kam Sary, 40, were unable to afford an ultrasound.
The parents, who also have three older children, come from a remote village, which offers significantly limited prenatal care.
The unnamed infants were born weighing 15 lbs via Cesarean section on March 3, with May saying she "wants to be happy but is also distressed."
"My feelings are confused. Yes, I'm happy to have a baby girl but I am distressed, too. I do not know if she will survive. We don't know what to do," she adds.
Now, the newborns are fighting for their life at Kantha Bopha Children's Hospital, as May recovers from the major operation.