Doctor narrates story: Mother of 8 girls welcomes quadruplet boys

Doctor narrates story: Mother of 8 girls welcomes quadruplet boys

- A Twitter user has taken to social media with a narration of what she experienced at her place of work

- The individual, who is a doctor, disclosed that she witnessed a mother of eight girls welcome four boys all at once

- Social media users received the news with mixed reactions

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A social media user identified as @DrAlwaysRight recently took to micro-blogging platform, Twitter, with an astounding narration of what she witnessed at her place of work.

The doctor claimed that she was able to deliver four boys all at the same time to a patient who already had eight daughters.

She said the patient’s in-laws were filled with excitement and did not hold back in appreciating her with hugs and kisses for delivering their kin.

“Just delivered a patient who had 8 daughters before & Allah blessed her with 4 boys at same time today. Now her in-laws are giving me hugs & hand kisses,” she said.

The doctor also gushed over the rare opportunity she gets to witness such beautiful moments, because of her job.

See tweet below:

Sharing further, the doctor noted that it was painful to watch the anticipation of the expecting mother at the gender of the child she was carrying.

See her tweet below:

The post was received with mixed reactions by members of the internet community. Some people wondered why anyone should be having 12 children, while others condemned the importance placed on male children.

Read tweets below:

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously gathered the report of an African couple who finally welcomed their own children after seven years of being married. The wife, Mrs Manji Sebatian Pyokalam, welcomed a set of quadruplets.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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