It's not hard to reason this one but you migh...
Prepare to have your jaw drop in wonder, your nose scrunch up in disgust, your stomach turn at the horror and your lips curve up in a smile for the truly miraculous. We bring to you the freakiest 'mother' records ever.
MOST KIDS EVER:
Brace yourself. A Mrs. Vassilyev of Russia is said to have given birth to a whopping 69 children between 1725 and 1765. She is said to have managed this insane feat from just (not to trivialize it) 27 pregnancies. 16 sets of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 quadruplets. Whew! We wonder whether she even felt it the last 30 times! And why didn't anyone take a picture of this wonder womb?!
YOUNGEST MOTHER EVER:
Sick, twisted behaviour and incest make regular appearances in this story. Lina Medina gave birth in 1939, when she was only 5 years old. A lump in her abdomen became a growing cause for concern and when examined, it was found that she was pregnant. Her father was immediately arrested for incest and Lina, it seems, had been getting her period since she was 3, which, in case you don't know, it freakishly early.
OLDEST MOTHER EVER:
Rosanna Dalla Corte, of Italy, gave birth to a baby boy when she was 63 years old, in 1994. Bet that boy didn't know his grandparents thats for sure!
Italians must be eating right because Signora Carmelina Fedele gave birth to a 22 lb 8 oz boy in Italy, in 1955. Guess too much pasta and pizza will do that to your baby!
TINIEST NEWBORN EVER:
Rumaisa Shaik, born in 2004, weighed only 8.6 ounces when born. Yes, she survived!
ONLY MALE MOTHER EVER:
We've all heard this one. Man (Thomas Beatie) gets sex change operation but retains all his feminine parts because his wife can't have children. At 34 he actually managed to do the impossible and give birth. Wow!
OLDEST 12 YEAR OLDS EVER:
In May 2003, twins were born from 12-year old preserved embryos. It’s reported to be the longest human cryopreservation. The boy and girl born weighed five pounds each.
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