She gave birth to five girls and four boys, the ministry said.
Despite complications during labour, a Mali woman who gave birth to nine babies – known as nonuplets and she is doing well but the babies will need medical attention for up to three months, according to a spokeswoman for the Casablanca clinic where the woman gave birth late Wednesday.
She was moved to the Moroccan clinic at the end of March.
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The children are well, but there is still a risk for them, according to spokesman Abdul Kuddus Hafsi.
He mentioned that 35 medical personnel were present for the caesarian section birth.
The doctors were able to stop a bleeding and save the lives of the mother and all nine children.
After an ultrasound scan, doctors were actually expecting only seven babies, Mali’s Health Ministry said in a statement.
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