Jun 13, 2021

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Gauteng decuplets: ‘World record’ birth now under review

We learned a new word today – and it’s “Decuplets”: Gosiame Thamara Sithole could just be a modern superwoman after what appeared to be Tembisa natives on Tuesday to give birth to TEN babies. But the Guinness World Records officials take their time before making any statements.

The first decuplets’ allegedly born in Pretoria ‘

If this is confirmed, Sithole has broken a world record by having the highest number of babies at one time. The award was only given last month when a Malian gave birth to nine children. But their non-uplets, who are treated and cared for in Morocco, look like they have been overshadowed by a 37-year-old from Tembisa.

The new father – ten times more, by the way – told this Media that Gosiame had successfully delivered the first recorded set of human decuplets. However, with so many medical protections in place for the mother and her brood, we still need to get confirmation from the hospital or other medical authority.

Gauteng-Decuplets – is that a world record?

Babies will now live in incubators for the first few months of their lives as they are all part of a high-risk pregnancy. Doctors now examine both the children and the mother before a ceremonial fanfare can set in. Jessica Dawes, a senior publicist for Guinness World Records, confirmed that her officials are now verifying the birth.

“We have received news that Sithole Decuplets We send our congratulations and best wishes to the family. We have yet to review this record as the well-being of the mother and babies is our top priority. Our team is working with a professional advisor to review this and will get back to you as soon as possible information. “

The miracle of life, tenfold …

The unbelievable achievement tongues across South Africa and the calm front of the maternity ward created a vacuum of speculation. What we do know is that the couple originally expected octents and were prioritized for intensive treatment months before that fateful due date.

< p> Well, look at it this way – if you a You might as well have ten, right? We expect more updates on this story later this week and hope to heaven that the Decuplets and their mother are in good health.