2 / 4

Fatema Al Ansari of Qatar, left, holds her baby Alkadi Alhayal, as her husband Khalifa Alhayal, right, looks on during a news conference at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, March 13, 2013, in Miami. Al Ansari was diagnosed with a condition called mesenteric thrombosis at age 19, causing her abdominal organs to fail. She is the first multivisceral transplant patient in the world to conceive and give birth. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Fatema Al Ansari of Qatar, left, holds her baby Alkadi Alhayal, as her husband Khalifa Alhayal, right, looks on during a news conference at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Wednesday, March 13, 2013, in Miami. Al Ansari was diagnosed with a condition called mesenteric thrombosis at age 19, causing her abdominal organs to fail. She is the first multivisceral transplant patient in the world to conceive and give birth. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Five-organ transplant patient gives birth

Fatema Al Ansari was diagnosed with a condition called mesenteric thrombosis at age 19, causing her abdominal organs to fail. She is the first multivisceral transplant patient in the world to conceive and give birth.