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Identical Triplets Born Without Using Fertility Drugs in Montana

By    |   Sunday, 11 Jan 2015 07:59 PM

A Montana woman has given birth to identical triplet boys, a one in a million occurrence because they were conceived naturally without the use of fertility drugs.

Cade, Ian and Milo were born Dec. 5 at a clinic in Billings, reported The Associated Press.

They are the sons of Jody and Jase Kinsey, of Miles City, who already have a 6-year-old son.

Dr. Dana Darmon says spontaneous identical triplets are rare.

Two of the babies remain at Billings Clinic until they are proficient at eating, while the third has been released. But all three babies and the mother are well, and the entire family is expected to be home together within the week.

Jase Kinsey says home life will be interesting from now on, but he says it will be fun because the triplets will be so close.

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