A Malian citizen gave birth to 9 children in a private clinic in Casablanca. In a statement, the Ministry of Health in her country quoted the “happy outcome” of a multiple fetus pregnancy. She said that, at the direction of the interim president Bah Ndaw, Halima Cisse was flown from a hospital in the capital, Bamako, to Morocco, where she performed a Caesarean section.
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The newspaper ” The Guardian” (said Theguardian ) British that he was expected to give birth to Halima, the 25 – year – old, 7 children by ultrasound examination , which underwent him in both Morocco and Mali, but it seems that he did not notice him to the presence of two other children. The woman had undergone a caesarean section.
5 girls and 4 males
Halima’s pregnancy stunned the West African country and caught the attention of her leaders. When doctors said in March that Halima needed specialized medical supervision, the interim president ordered her to be sent to Morocco.
For her part, Minister of Financial Health Fanta Sepi – told the French news agency – that “the health of the mother and the infants is fine so far,” adding that the doctor who accompanied Halima to Morocco is the one who informs her of the latest developments in her condition.
The minister explained that the mother and her children are scheduled to return home within a few weeks. However, a spokesman for the Moroccan Ministry of Health, Rachid Kazri, said that he was not aware of multiple births occurring in one of the country’s hospitals.
According to local newspaper reports, doctors were concerned about Halima’s health as well as the chances of her children surviving, given the scarcity of this type of pregnancy. Medical complications of multiple births of this type often result in the death of the newborn.