A Birth That Happens Only Once Every 480 Years

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Well, it didn’t.

A month after that, Alexandra went in for yet another ultrasound and this time, it was revealed that there was still one more baby in her womb!

“When we finally found out that there was a fifth baby, I began to cry”, said Alexandra. Naturally, the chances that this young lady was going to conceive 5 children a once were one in seven million. Still, Alexandra was determined to breastfeed all of them.

When it was finally time for Alexandra to give birth, the hospital provided twice the normal amount of delivery staff to cater for this delivery. This doubling also included midwives and doctors, and this means that the total number of staff available for the delivery was almost 40. The lead doctor of the hospital’s neonatal department reported that he procedure went on seamlessly, without a single hitch recorded.

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When it was all sad and done, the young couple welcomed 5 new members into their family; 4 baby boys and 1 baby girl.

The boys were named Deniel, Alex, Michael, and Martin while the lovely couple named their beautiful girl Tereza. All babies were born in a healthy state, and there has been no single health issue reported from the mother and her new children.

“In this country, we have been actively recording statistics of birth since 1949 and in that time, there has never once been a mention of quintuplets. As a matter f fact, quintuplets are born in the Czech Republic once in every 480 years on an average”, said doctor Alena Mechurova.

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