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    Woman Gives Birth to Septuplets in Abbottabad

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    Woman gives birth to septuplets in Abbottabad ABBOTTABAD: A woman has given birth to seven babies at a private hospital in Abbottabad city, located in eastern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    The children including four boys and three girls along with the mother were reportedly in stable condition. The woman Rukhsana was brought to private-run Jinnah International Hospital for preterm labor. The hospital said the babies were born in 32 weeks instead of 36 weeks.

    Rukhsana, aged 34, and her husband Yar Mohammad were already parents of two daughters before the birth of the septuplets. The couple, who hail from Battagram, are living in Abbottabad, Hazara Division in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Minister Taimur Khan Jhagra also tweeted a picture of the children with a message: courtesy of Insaf Health Cards.

    A study in 2014 claimed that Pakistan has a comparatively higher rate of multiple gestations with every 10 pregnancies out of 1000 resulting in multiple births. In 2016, over 1,000 twins, triplets, and quadruplets were born in a year in KP.

    In September 2019, a 25-year-old woman gave birth to sextuplets in Sardgogha in Punjab. Ghazala Bibi was admitted to a private hospital where she gave birth to four boys and two girls. She had been married for seven years without children. The birth of multiple babies left her and her family overjoyed.

    In June this year, a woman from Punjab’s Talagang town gave birth to quadruplets in Rawalpindi. Amina Batool, 25, became a mother of one boy and three girls.

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