Sydney twins born 31 days apart

A rare medical case

December 16 2016

Paull began dilating at 19-weeks and gave birth to Sadie five-weeks later.


“I was not able to express (breast milk) because that might bring on labour,” Paull told the Southern Courier in November.


“We have been getting donor milk from a milk bank in Queensland. It's a charity ‒ there is no equivalent in NSW yet.”


The twins grew in a separate sac and each had their own placenta.


After a month in a $100,000 hi-tech incubator, Sadie is doing well and ready to get to know her younger twin brother.