The Nonuplets born to the 25-year-old Malian lady might face future health issues. A multiple pregnancy specialist told BBC World News that 9 babies born to a Malian woman in Morocco, 25 years old, might face future health problems because of their premature life.
"Those who survive may have a disability, learning difficulties, or vision or hearing problems," said Professor Khalil.
"We know that some premature babies do not survive and die within the first few weeks of life,” he continued.
Ms Cisse was 25 weeks pregnant when she was admitted and doctors were able to extend her pregnancy to 30 weeks. Ten doctors and 25 paramedics attended the delivery. The babies, 5 girls and 4 boys, weighed between 500g and 1kg at birth.
According to Professor Youssef Alaoui, director of the Ain Borja clinic where the babies were born, the infants will have to spend “two to three months” in incubators. In an interview with AFP, he said the birth is "rare and exceptional."
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