Many kinds of strange incidents keep coming to light from all over the world, in the meantime, another incident has come to light. A woman has given birth to 44 children by the age of 40. When this woman thought of birth control, the doctors said that no method of family planning would work on her. At the same time, they were also warned that if they stopped giving birth to children, they could have serious diseases or even die. The woman raises 44 children alone. Who are these women and where are they going to live? What was the reason for giving birth to so many children?
According to the news received, the mother who gave birth to 44 children is named Mariam Nabatanzi, who is from Uganda, East Africa. She is now 43 years old and had given birth to 44 children by the time she was 40. Mary gave birth to a single child only once. In addition, four twins, five times three and four times five children were born. Six of their children have died. Of the 38 children alive, 20 are boys and 18 are girls, whom they are raising alone.
When Mary was 12 years old, her parents sold her on the pretext of marriage. At the age of 13, she gave birth to her first child. After the birth of the first child, Mary realized that her fertility was more than that of other women. When she had so many children, she went to the doctor and then she was told by the doctor about a medical condition. Doctors told Mary that her ovaries were unusually large, which led to a condition called hyperovulation in her body. The hyper-ovulate condition is genetic. In this situation, the chances of having more children are increased manifold. According to Dr. Charles Kiggundu, a gynecologist at Mulgo Hospital in Kampala, the capital of Uganda, Mary's fertility was quite high, which is why she was having so many children. In Mary's situation, no birth control technique worked and even if it had been done, she could be at risk of serious illnesses. Although the treatment of hyper ovulation is present, it was very difficult for those techniques to come to the rural area of Uganda. The same Mary spends all her time caring for children and making money. She has done a lot of work to raise her children, including cutting, collecting junk, selling medicines.