A 40 years old woman dies after giving birth to 69 children

The fertility rate is strongly associated with the age of a woman which means the age of a woman affects her fertility. 

The age of a woman is the single most important element which affects her fertility. Women in their 20's possess a strong possibility and chances of getting pregnant and have more babies. However, older women who are crossing or are above 35 years have lesser chances to conceive.

She gave birth to 69 babies: Surprisingly still, there was a woman who set a world record by giving birth to sixty-nine babies. This woman, who gave birth to 69 babies, was from Palestine. She is reported as one of the most fertile women in the world.

According to a leading Saudi news channel in the Kingdom, it was reported that this most fertile Palestinian woman passed away at the age of 40 while giving birth. Her husband confirmed this news that his wife departed.

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According to the Guinness World Records, this is not the first woman to be recorded as being the mother of so many offspring at a time.

Just a little more research will take you back in history where a Russian woman was highlighted named, Mrs. Vassilyeva, wife of Feodor Vassilyev, between 1725 and 1765. Mrs. Vassileya had given birth to 69 children in 27 confinements.

The Information available related to that Russian woman on different search engines and websites indicates that she had given birth to 16 pairs of twins which included four sets of quadruplets and seven sets of triplets. 

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3 Years Gap: The consultant gynecologist states that the mothers should take a gap of around three years after the first birth. This is actually a preventive step that every woman should consider after her first pregnancy and plan at least a three-year gap after the first baby. These small precautionary measures can save lives.

Source: Khaleej Times

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Steve has been living in Saudi Arabia since 2013 and writing about Saudi rules, regulations, guides, and procedures since then.