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Halima Cissé, a Malian woman from Timbuktu, 25, who had been expecting to have seven newborns has given birth to nine babies (five girls and four boys) by cesarean section. It is a world record. The birth is being hailed as a miracle. “The newborns and the mother are all doing well,” Mali’s health minister, Dr. Fanta Siby, said in an announcement. Professor Youssef Alaoui, medical director of the private Ain Borja clinic in Casablanca, Morocco, where Cissé gave birth, said the babies were born at 30 weeks. They weighed between 500 grams and 1 kilogram. The mother suffered a severe hemorrhage related to the expansion of her uterus but now her condition is stable. It was an event for the clinic, which has deployed a team of around 30 staff members to aid in the mother’s delivery and care for her nine children. „Even the president called me” the husband of Halima told to media.
The nation’s president, Bah N’Daw, already ordered that Cisse be sent to North Africa in late March to be able to give birth with specialists present.The current world record for the number of live births is eight. It is owned by a woman from California. It’s not publicly known whether Cissé’s pregnancy resulted from fertility treatments. Nonuplets are exceedingly rare, with only three incidents recorded since 1971. In addition to her newborns, Cisse also shares an older daughter with her husband, Adjudant Kader Arbym.