Miracles happen all around the world, and most of them are quite unbelievable. After an unexpected Guinness World Record was broken this story proved it to be true. Continue reading for more information.
Nature has given us children and babies as blessings. It is no less than a miracle that a mother can give birth to healthy, happy babies. It is difficult to give birth. This pain begins with the waves of emotions that hit a woman during her pregnancy.
It is then followed by many hardships and pains of labor. Childbirth is one of life’s greatest blessings. The natural birth of a baby complements the transformation of mothers into strong, competent, and capable mothers.
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Most mothers have one child, but some women are blessed with multiple children. This was Halima Cisse’s story. She gave birth to nine non-uplets (nine children) in Morocco. Here are the details.
PREGNANCY JOURNEY – CISSE
Abdelkader Arby, an officer in the Malian army, and his 26-year-old wife, Halima Cisse, are doting parents to ten children. In 2019, they welcomed their three year-old daughter, Souda. Unbeknownst to them, the couple would have had ten times as many children in just two years.
Cisse and her husband were in the early stages, Cisse was pregnant with their second child. An ultrasound taken in Mali, Cisse’s home country, revealed that they had seven babies. Because of the incontinence of having multiple children, the Malian government intervened.
Picture of Abdelkader Arby, Halima Cisse and Halima Cisse looking at one of their babies in incubator. Source: Youtube/ ABC News| Source: Youtube/ ABC News
They flew the mother-to-be to Morocco, where an ultrasound would confirm that she was actually pregnant with sextuplets. Cisse’s birth was delayed for five weeks by Moroccan doctors, despite multiple babies posing many health issues, including early birth.
INSIDE A SURPRISING DISCOVERY/BIRTH OUR BABIES
Cisse was at thirty weeks gestation and ready to welcome her sextuplets by cesarean section. However, the medical practitioners discovered something during the delivery — an additional two babies.
“You can imagine our surprise when we discovered nine of them during the birth. Luckily, this didn’t faze us since we have one of the largest neonatal resuscitation services in Morocco,”The clinic’s Dr. Youssef alaoui .
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Medical professionals were determined to save the mother’s and her children’s lives. Cisse was able to welcome her nonuplets, five girls and four boys, with the support of 10 doctors as well as 25 nurses on May 4, 2021.
Each of them weighed in at one pound, one and a half ounces, respectively, and two lbs, two ounces. Alaoui spoke of the first occasion in their hospital. Telled TODAY’s parents:
“At the Casablanca Ain Borja Clinic, we’ve seen all sorts of complicated medical situations, but I have to say that the birth of nonuplets … that’s a first for us.”
The babies were not only the first non-uplets in the clinic, but they also had the honor of being the clinic’s first. Attained the Guinness World Record title for the most children delivered at a single birth to survive. They broke the previous record by eight babies, which was held by Natalie (Nadya), Suleman, also known under “Octomom,”In 2009.
THE LIFE OF PARENTS AND BABIES BEFORE and AFTER BIRTH
The nonuplets were placed in incubators to survive for several months after their birth. The Moroccan clinic also took care of the nonuplets, placing them in an apartment with special equipment. To help them grow, they were also given a strict diet.
Arby, his three-year old daughter, remained in Mali throughout the period. Arby finally made it home to Morocco with his family and returned in October 2021. Please sayHis babies “All of them are getting on very well and are a joy to look after.”
“They’re all crawling now. Some are sitting up and can even walk if they hold on to something.”
Arby also admitted that every child is unique. In His words, “They all have different characters. Some are quiet, while others make more noise and cry a lot. Some want to be picked up all the time. They are all very different, which is entirely normal.”
Arby and his wife Arby say that taking care of Mohammed VI and Oumar, Elhadji and Hawa, Adama and Oumou is no easy task. They are blessed to have a team with nannies to care for the children.
According to the clinic staff, they use approximately 75 diapers per day and 100 bottles milk per day. Cisse and Arby will not accept it any other way. They ConsiderThe non-uplets “a blessing from God”They are always remembered and we remain eternally grateful.