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Five of Poland’s first sextuplets home from hospital

27.08.2019 01:00
Five of Poland’s recently born sextuplets have left hospital and been taken home by their parents.
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The four girls and two boys were born in the southern city of Kraków on May 20 as Poland’s first surviving set of sextuplets on record.

The babies—Zosia, Kaja, Malwina, Nela, Filip and Tymon—were delivered by Caesarean section in the 29th week of pregnancy.

The smallest weighed 890 grams, while the largest was 1.3 kilogrammes at birth.

Zosia last week became the fifth of the sextuplets to be discharged from the hospital.

The last of the sextuplets, Malwina, is expected to be welcomed home at the end of this week.

Apart from the six new babies, the parents also have a son, Oliwier, who is two years and nine months old.

The odds of giving birth to sextuplets are 1 in 4.7 billion.