Malian woman gives birth to nine babies in morocco after expecting seven

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Mali woman Halima Cisse gave birth to nine babies (nonuplets) on May 5th, 2021. Thus breaking the world record of largest multiple birth, with all babies surviving. The infants are 4 boys and 5 girls.

Halima Cisse had been expected to give birth to sevenย babies, but ultrasounds conducted in Morocco and Mali had missed two of the siblings. The nonuplets โ€“ five girls and four boys โ€“ were all were delivered by caesarean section.

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The 25-year-oldโ€™s pregnancy has fascinated the west African nation and attracted the attention of its leaders. When doctors said in March that Cisse needed specialist care, the countryโ€™s transitional leader, Bah Ndaw, ordered that she be sent to Morocco.

 

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โ€œThe mother and babies are doing well so far,โ€ Maliโ€™s health minister, Fanta Siby, told Agence France-Presse, adding that she had been kept informed by the Malian doctor who accompanied Cisse to Morocco. They are due to return home in several weeksโ€™ time, she added.

Croakers had been concerned about Cisseโ€™sย healthย and her babiesโ€™ chances of survival, according to original press reports. Nonuplets are extremely rare and medical complications in multiple births of this kind frequently mean that some of the babies donโ€™t survive. In filmland extensively participated on social media, Cisse could be seen smiling, celebrating with her croakers near her nine children, held in a row of incubators at the sanitarium. Announcement

Cisseโ€™s hubby, Adjudant Kader Arby, still in Mali with the coupleโ€™s aged son, told BBC Afrique heโ€™d been in constant touch with his woman and he wasnโ€™t bothered about the future.
โ€œ God gave us these children,โ€ he said. โ€œ Heโ€™s the one to decide what will be to them. I โ€™m not upset about that. When the almighty does commodity, he knows why.โ€

The first known case of nonuplets was in 1971 in Sydney, but none survived. Another set was born in 1999 in Malaysia, but none lived more than a few hours. In 2009, the then 33-year-old Nadya Suleman broke records when she gave birth to octuplets in California, capturing global attention.

The rare good news has captivated many in Mali, giving much-needed joy in a country beset by political turmoil and a jihadist insurgency

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