Woman gives birth to nine babies, See what happened after


A photo provided by Mali's Ministry of Health and Social Development shows a number of the nine babies born in Morocco to Halima Cisse, a lady from Mali.

(CNN)A woman from Mali has born to nine babies -- two quite the seven that ultrasounds had detected -- consistent with the country's Ministry of Health.

Ultrasounds wiped out Mali and Morocco indicated that Halima Cisse was pregnant with seven children -- but on Tuesday, she gave birth to 5 girls and 4 boys, Fanta Siby, Mali's minister of health and social development, said during a statement.
Cisse was admitted to a Moroccan clinic following a two-week stay during a hospital within the Malian capital, Bamako, the statement added.
All children were delivered by C-section, and mother and newborns do well, consistent with Siby.

Morocco's health ministry spokesman, Rachid Koudhari, said he had no knowledge of the multiple births having taken place in one among the country's hospitals, the AFP press agency reported.
CNN has reached bent the Moroccan health ministry for comment.
Multiple births are rare -- within the US, 87.7 per 100,000 live births were of triplets or more, consistent with 2019 data from the CDC.
The record for the foremost children delivered at one birth to survive belongs to Nadya Suleman, who in 2009 gave birth to 6 boys and two girls in California, consistent with the Guinness World Records. The babies, conceived using in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment, were delivered by C-section.