Has there ever been a recorded instance of Siamese triplets?

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Has there ever been a recorded instance of Siamese triplets?

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There has been only one confirmed case of conjoined triplets. Conjoined siblings occur only in monozygotic multiples. Triplets are most often what is commonly referred to as “a pair and a spare” meaning two are identical and one is fraternal. Two eggs are fertilized and one splits. Identical triplets are very rare, occurring in about 1/200,000 births. They are always the same sex. I am the grandmother of identical triplet girls born in 1998. They suffered from Twin to Twin Transfusion syndrome with one donor baby and two recipient babies. Their birth weights at 31/6 were between 1190gr-1759gr. At 10 years they are healthy, normal girls.

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