A 23-year-old woman gave birth to six children in an extremely rare case at District Hospital in Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh. However, two of these babies could not live longer.
According to the information, the woman gave birth to six children simultaneously at a district hospital in Sheopur on Saturday morning. It is being reported as the first case of its kind in the district.
Vulnerable infants in the hospital are under the care of physicians for care. However, according to doctors, two of the woman’s six infants did not survive. Mother’s condition is stated to be stable.
On Saturday, a doctor at a government hospital in Sheopur said that the woman had given birth to six children, but two infants could survive for some time. The hospital’s senior civil surgeon Dr. RB Goel said that the woman had given birth to four boys and two girls out of six children.
Both of these girls weighed 390 and 450 grams respectively. Dr. Goyal said that 28 weeks pregnant woman also gave birth to four boys, who are 615 and 790 grams respectively. He said that the woman’s name is Murthy Mali and she is from Baroda in Sheopur district.
He said the infants have been placed in the childcare unit for treatment. Goyal said that the sonography done on Monday revealed to the woman that she was going to give birth to six infants.
Obstetrician Dr. Mita Aggarwal of Bhopal, capital of Madhya Pradesh, told that this was a rarest case. They said that during the treatment of infertility many times the possibility of such pregnancies can increase.