Surgical delivery in Morocco to increase survival chances – Photo: REPRODUCTION / TWITTER
On Tuesday, 4, the Malian government, a woman who thought she was seven times (7 twins) pregnant gave birth to 9 children – 5 girls and 4 boys, a rare case nubloops – and “everyone is fine”. The birth took place in Morocco.
Halima Cissே, 25, of Dombagtu in the north of the country, was flown to Morocco on March 30 from Bamako, where she was receiving treatment, to better follow up on the pregnancy. According to the Malian Ministry of Health, this is normal. “
Experts were concerned with both maternal health and the chances of fetal survival.
The mother gave birth by caesarean section “nine babies instead of the seven reported by the results of ultrasound tests carried out in both Mali and Morocco,” a ministry spokesman said in a statement.
“So far, the mother and her children are doing well,” Health Minister Fonda CB told AFP, pointing out that he was informed by a Malian doctor who came to Morocco with his mother.
Ten family members are expected to return home in a few weeks, he added.
The minister congratulated the medical teams in Mali and Morocco, saying, “Their professionalism is the key to a happy ending to this pregnancy,” and “Long live the children and the mother.”
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