The 25-year-old gave birth to nine children – two more than the total doctors were able to detect during the tests.
Halima Cissi, from Mali, Africa, gave birth to babies in Morocco that the Malian government took there to receive specialized care.
According to Mali’s Ministry of Health, the five girls and the four boys were born by Caesarean section and were in good health.
It is extremely rare for a woman to give birth to nine children, and complications during or after childbirth often result in some babies not surviving.
Mali’s Minister of Health, Fanta Sibi, congratulated the medical teams in the two countries for the “good result” in the Halima Cisse case.
Sisi’s pregnancy has become a subject of dazzles to people in Mali, even when she was thought to be pregnant with “only seven” children, according to Reuters news agency.
Doctors in the West African country were concerned about its safety and children’s chances of survival, and that was when the government stepped in.
After a two-week stay in a hospital in the financial capital, Bamako, the decision was to transfer Sisi to Morocco on March 30th, according to Minister Sebi.
After five weeks in the Moroccan clinic, she gave birth to the nine babies on Tuesday (4/5), according to the ministry.
The mother and her children are expected to be home in a few weeks.
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