Woman, 26, who Gave Birth to World-record Nine Babies in Moroccan Hospital Reveals they Get Through 100 Nappies and Six Litres of Milk a Day

Mum of nonuplets Halima Cisse has spoken of life as an extraordinary mum

A world record breaking brood of nonuplets gets through an eye watering 100 nappies a day.

Halima Cisse safely welcomed her nine babies into the world at Ain Borja clinic in Casablanca, Morocco on 5 May.

In doing so the 26-year-old beat the previous record set by ‘Octomum’ Nadya Suleman in 2009, who gave birth to eight babies that survived.

Two and a half months later, all of the tots – who weighed between 500g and 1kg at birth – are being looked after in incubators in the clinic’s intensive care unit.

The record shattering brood of five girls and four boys, which was conceived naturally, has also taken a big toll on Halima.

Only finding out she was expecting nine babies minutes before the birth, the mum almost died from blood loss during the delivery.

“As the babies were coming out, there were so many questions going through my mind,” she told the Mail Online.

“I was very aware of what was going on and it seemed as if there was an endless stream of babies coming out of me.”

Halima added: “My sister was holding my hand but all I could think about was how would I look after them and who was going to help me?”

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SOURCE: Mirror UK, Milo Boyd