A woman from Gauteng, South Africa, gave birth to 10 children, breaking a previous record Halima Sis, who gave birth to nine twins in Morocco last month. It was reported by the South African media. Kosiam Tamara Chithol, 37, gave birth to her twins – two more than doctors had previously predicted based on ultrasound scans – at a Pretoria hospital last night, her husband told local media. Deboho Sodetchi.
The woman had a caesarean section, seven men and three women Seven months and seven days after conception. She told the media that her natural pregnancy was not due to infertility. This is not the first twin birth for Chittol: the mother already has six-year-old twins. The husband, when he learned of the many pregnancies, was surprised, but happy: a blessing, she said Pretoria News Currently unemployed.
In a prenatal interview, Released in May, when she firmly believed that the woman was expecting seven twins – before the next ultrasound scan revealed eight – said she was shocked and delighted with the cytoplasmic pregnancy. Pregnancy was difficult, especially in the beginning – he said – now I pray that God will help me to give birth to all my children healthy and in good health. I will be happy with that.
Before nine twins, Born in Morocco in May, had the previous record held by an American woman, Nadya Suleiman, Who gave birth to octopuses in 2009 at the age of 33 after artificial insemination.
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