Tammie Snyder, now 30, holds Presley, one of her 9-month-old twin daughters, at her family's home in New Baltimore, Michigan. For three and a half months during her pregnancy, Snyder was prescribed terbutaline, which is approved for the treatment of asthma, to prevent premature labor.
Tammie Snyder, now 30, holds Presley, one of her 9-month-old twin daughters, at her family's home in New Baltimore, Michigan. For three and a half months during her pregnancy, Snyder was prescribed terbutaline, which is approved for the treatment of asthma, to prevent premature labor. Chip Somodevilla / Detroit Free Press / MCT
Tammie Snyder, now 30, holds Presley, one of her 9-month-old twin daughters, at her family's home in New Baltimore, Michigan. For three and a half months during her pregnancy, Snyder was prescribed terbutaline, which is approved for the treatment of asthma, to prevent premature labor. Chip Somodevilla / Detroit Free Press / MCT

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