Woman Complains Of Kidney Stones And Gives Birth To Triplets!

A woman who was taken to hospital with what she thought was kidney stones has given birth to triplets.

Dannette Glitz is said to have had no idea she was 34 weeks pregnant.

She said that when she started having pains, she thought it was from kidney stones, which she has had before.

All born within four minutes, and each weighing four pounds, these triplets were born August 10, 2019 to Dannette and Austin Giltz.

"Once we left the hospital, she's out of the hospital, I know she's okay". While her husband, Austin, was contemplating what to name their new babies, someone at the hospital asked for a third blanket - indicating a third baby would soon be born. "She's like no, there's three babies in here, there's triplets", Dannette said, according to KOTA TV.

"I'm overwhelmed, honestly", said father, Austin. "I go to the doctor's thinking I'll have surgery for kidney stones and end up going into labor with a C-section that night".

'So, everyone's like, I can't believe it.

"They noticed the pains I was feeling were actually contractions, so the doctor checked [and] I was 4cm dilated".

By that stage, she was 6cm dilated, so "they moved me very quickly into surgery".

Dannette said doctors told her to expect twins, so everyone was surprised when she ended up with triplets. One of the Giltz's children before the hospital visit, Ronnie, said he once wished of having two sisters and a brother.

The healthy triplets should be home any day now, and the Giltz's say they couldn't have done this without the family, friends, and complete strangers who came together to donate supplies.

The mother added on the post: 'I never felt movement i never got morning sickness nothing!'

This story originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished here with permission.

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