(Vanguardia de Veracruz).- Regarding the case of the woman who admitted that her twins were stolen from her in a clinic, the CDMX Attorney General’s Office determined, after studies, that the alleged victim is not pregnant.
Through the information card, FGJCDMX reported that there was no sign that the victim was pregnant. “However, a complete review of all available medical documentation is ordered.”
According to the studies conducted after the filing of her complaint, at the Inguarán Maternal and Child Hospital, it was determined that the victim “did not undergo a natural childbirth maneuver or a cesarean surgical procedure,” because the extraction did not take place. fetus or placenta; However, surgery or abdominal surgery is performed, which can be a serious loss in the patient’s diagnosis. ”
The studies conducted at that hospital showed that a woman had no cervical changes and the immunological pregnancy test was negative, added the Prosecutor’s Office.
However, the investigations will continue to exhaust all lines of investigation, therefore, he ordered the experts from the coordination of forensic investigations to check all the medical documents in the laboratory and office that the victim has, including his clinical file.
Finally, he emphasized that procedures are carried out such as interviews, site inspections, intervention by experts, clinical assurance, classification of possible injuries to the woman, as well as taking samples to determine the pregnancy drugs and hormones.
According to the complaint, a couple went to a private hospital to receive treatment and follow-up on the victim’s pregnancy, so when she was 37 weeks pregnant and gave birth, they informed her that she would undergo a cesarean section until she was born. his two children.
The testimony shows that, when the labor was over, they informed the husband that there were two tumors inside his partner’s uterus, which is why they went to the agent of the Public Ministry in the mayor’s office, Venustiano Carranza, to report the facts.