Unborn twin boys of same sex couple have stroke in womb after using donor sperm to conceive through IVF

Janelle Chirio and Toni with Mason and Hudson 
By: Feng Qian

A same sex couple in Australia, was devastated to learn that their identical twin boys both suffered strokes while in the womb during pregnancy.

Janelle Chirio and Toni of Queensland, decided to have a baby together, and they sought out donor sperm to conceive through IVF.

The couple, who was together for three years, got the happy news that they are expecting twin boys.

However, they two women were devastated to learn that both babies suffered strokes while Janelle was carrying them in her womb.

The babies were born at 35 weeks. They named the first boy Hudson. He has cerebral palsy, epilepsy, a vision impairment and a developmental delay.

The second baby Mason, also has cerebral palsy, a hearing impairment and cannot speak. The same sex couple publicized their story in order to raise awareness about unborn babies having strokes during pregnancy.