If you have twelve children at home odds are you would not be considering adding to your family. But then are those unique and more motherhood-prone individuals who, apparently, do not have much of a limit to the fruitfulness of their womb. They live by a different mantra, not “less is more” but rather “the more the merrier”’ According to The Age, a Melbourne, Australia, woman is just that sort. In addition to the twelve children she has already brought into the world, the fertile lady just gave birth to a set of quintuplets.
And while you may think this could be some kind of Octomom 2.0, a woman who pushed the boundaries of fertility treatments, this is reportedly not the case. This woman supposedly got pregnant naturally with her quintuplets. Doctors say the odds of a naturally conceived set of quintuplets is about one in 55 million.
The 48-year-old mother gave birth to three girls and two boys, but unfortunately one of the girls did not survive. The babies were delivered by a team of 30 via Caesarean section. The family has opted, at this point, to stay anonymous.
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