When Silvia Torres got pregnant with triplets, her husband Raul was very excited about the prospect of having a big family in an instant.

The doctors soon told them that they were having identical triplets. This is so rare that the doctors are saying it only happens once in every 50 million pregnancies. The two were excited.

But the good news was marred with some bad: two of the babies were joined at the pelvis! Still, the couple was optimistic that the doctors can find a way to safely separate the two, so they can live normal lives and grow to adulthood.

According to Raul, they believe these babies were given to them for a reason; thus, they will do everything to save their lives. The doctors are also positive that they can separate the two; though they still have to wait a few more months to get as much information as possible.

Watch their touching story here:

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SF Globe