"She is a true miracle"

A baby girl who was born prematurely at 22 weeks in June is being hailed as a miracle.

"She is a true miracle"

Megan Phipps, 24, gave birth to two baby girls at Bryan Health hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska in June. Only one of the babies survived due to the risks associated with premature births, according to the hospital.

"She is a true miracle"

Phipps has a double uterus — a rare abnormality called uterine didelphys which led to the children being born prematurely.

"She is a true miracle"

According to the Mayo Clinic, women with the condition have successful pregnancies often, but the condition is known to increase a woman's risk of miscarriage or premature birth.

"She is a true miracle"

Phipps was aware of the condition, and has two other children. "I've always carried in my right uterus. They always thought my left side wasn't active," said Phipps on Good Morning America.

"She is a true miracle"

She gave birth to a girl named Riley on June 11, who died only 12 days after being born. Her second daughter, Reece, was born on June 12. Both of the babies were born weighing less than one pound.

"She is a true miracle"

Phipps is sharing her story in hopes of helping others who might be going through the same situation. She doesn't want them to give up on hope of a miracle.

"She is a true miracle"

"I just want mothers to know that just to not give up hope that anything is possible," Phipps said.