A woman gave birth to six children at Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) Hospital in Karachi, Director Professor Shahid Rasool confirmed on Wednesday.
According to Director JPMC, the woman gave birth to the six children via normal delivery and five out of six children were born alive. “One of the female child could not survive,” he said, adding that among the five surviving children four are boys while one of them is a girl.
He shared that the surviving children have been shifted to National Institute of Child Health (NICH) nursery after having breathing issues.The woman, a resident of Kala Pul area in Karachi, already had a child and according to the director JPMC, the entire family was excited over the development.
In August this year, a woman gave birth to four children at a private hospital in Sindh’s Shikarpur.A spokesman of the Christian Hospital hospital said the woman, a resident of Amrot Sharif, gave birth to quadruplets. The newborns included four baby girls. He said that the condition of all the babies and their mothers is stable.The brother of the woman said these babies were the first for the ‘lucky’ his sister after ten years of marriage, according to the hospital administration.