A 25-year-old pregnant woman gave birth to 9 Children mean while she was expecting 7.

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A 25-year-old pregnant woman gave birth to 9 Children mean while she was expecting 7.

 

NewsReport Nigeria | May 5, 2021

 

On Tuesday, a Malian woman gave birth to
nonuplets in Morocco, and all nine babies are“doing well,” according to her government, though Moroccan authorities have yet to confirm whatw would be an extremely unusual occurrence.

NewsReport Nigeria gathered that the Mali’s government flew 25-year-old Halima Cisse, a woman from the north of the poor West African state, to Morocco for better care on March 30. She was initially believed to have been carrying septuplets.

Cases of women successfully carrying septuplets to term are rare, and nonuplets even rarer.

Moroccan health ministry spokesman Rachid Koudhari said he had no knowledge of such a multiple birth having taken place in one of the country’s hospitals.

However, Mali’s health ministry said in a statement that Cisse had given birth to five girls and four boys by Caesarean section.

“The mother and babies are doing well so far,” Mali’s Health Minister Fanta Siby told AFP, adding that she had been kept informed by the Malian doctor who accompanied Cisse to Morocco. They are due to return home in several weeks’ time, she added.

Doctors had been concerned about Cisse’s health, according to local press reports, as well as her babies’ chances of survival.

Mali’s health ministry said in a statement that ultrasound examinations conducted in both Mali and Morocco had suggested that Cisse was carrying seven babies.

Siby offered her congratulations to “the medical teams of Mali and Morocco, whose professionalism is at the origin of the happy outcome of this pregnancy”.

A set of nine babies, born at once to the same mother, are called nonuplets. Nonuplets are extremely rare, with only a few known sets having been born globally.

Medical complications often arise for both the mother and her babies, and it is rare for the babies to survive in infancy.

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