An extremely rare medical condition

The Malian government announced that a female citizen gave birth to 9 twins outside the country, and that all of the children were “in good health”, although the authorities of the host country have not yet confirmed what could be an extremely rare case.
The government of Mali, 25-year-old Halima Cissé, a woman from the impoverished north African country, said to Morocco to seek better care on the 30th of March, and was initially believed to be carrying seven twins, according to Agence France-Presse.
The researchers said that cases of women who successfully conceive seven twins in their seventies until the end of pregnancy, are very rare, while cases of nine twins are more rare.
For his part, a spokesman for the Moroccan Ministry of Health, Rachid Kazri, said that he was not aware of multiple births occurring in a hospital in the country. But the Malian Ministry of Health said in a statement that Cisse had given birth to five girls and four boys by Caesarean section.
“The mother and children are fine so far,” Fanta Sepi, Minister of Financial Health, said, adding that the financial doctor who accompanied Cisse to Morocco informed her of the matter, adding that they are scheduled to return home within several weeks.
Earlier, the Ministry of Financial Health said in a statement that ultrasound examinations conducted in both Mali and Morocco indicated that Cisse was carrying 7 children.

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