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- A Mom Set A World Record By Delivering 9 Babies In Mali Her Stomach Weighed 29 Kg During Pregnancy
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- The children born are 4 boys and 5 girls.
- Their weight at the time of delivery was between 500 grams to 1 kg.
A 26-year-old woman has created a world record by giving birth to 9 children in Morocco. Helima Sisse, a resident of the West African country of Mali, was delivered on 5 May. Doctors had expressed the possibility of only 50 percent of the children being alive, but all the children are healthy. 9 children born together are called nonuplets. There are 5 girls and 4 boys among them.
Halima and her 35-year-old husband Kader Arbe are delighted to have nine children. Helima says, after knowing the number of children, went to Morocco for better medical facilities and the delivery took place on 5 May.
The staff of 35 people made the delivery together
According to the BBC report, in the 25th week, the woman was brought to the hospital in Morocco. Here the woman had a pre-mature delivery. In this, 10 doctors and paramedical staff of 25 people together got the delivery done.
Helima says, before delivery, the weight of the stomach had increased up to 29 kg. So caesarean delivery was done and there were some problems in it. There was weakness due to heavy blood loss. Now recovery is happening. The babies weighed between 500 g and 1 kg at birth. Babies born in May are currently in the Neonatal ICU.
The world’s first ‘nonuplets’ to survive
A team of 35 people is taking care of 9 children
A team of 35 people is taking care of all the 9 children, says Helima. Helima’s house in Timbuktu, Mali, has 3 bedrooms. Helima’s husband works as a sailor in the Navy. Mali’s government is preparing a bill to care for families that cost more than Rs 7.25 crore.
Helima named her 4 boys – Mohammed, Bah, Al Hadji and Omar. At the same time, the names of 5 girls are Hawa, Adama, Fatoma, Oumou and Kadidia.