Quadruplets Born to 65 Years Old German Woman


Quadruplets born three months ago to Annegret Raunigk, a 65-year-early German girl, are operate proficiently and ready to go habitat in a few days.

All four babies  a woman named Neeta, and three boys: Dries, Bence and Fjonn  were delivered in the future by Cesarean section concerning May 19 during Raunigk's 26th week of pregnancy.

Shortly after their birth, two of the newborns had to be unchangeable animate preserve, and two had to undergo surgery.

The Charlite hospital in Berlin told the Associated Press re the subject of Tuesday that the babies all weigh higher than 5.5 pounds now and should be practiced to leave the hospital this month.

Raunigk, a retired researcher, is believed to be the oldest girl to have ever delivered quadruplets.

The single mommy has 13 added children, ages 10 to 44, from five fathers, according to the AP. She as well as has seven grandchildren, which means her newest kids are younger than her grandkids,

Raunigk told the paper she settled to have choice child because her youngest daughter wanted a tiny brother or sister.

To encourage make the pregnancy realizable, she traveled to the Ukraine to have donated, fertilized eggs implanted, a procedure that's not legitimate in Germany, the AP reports.

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