Mirim Nabatenzi, a Ugandan woman who was forced to bear children by her husband at the age of 12, is now the mother of 44 children at the age of 40.
The first plant birth at the age of 13 was accompanied by the birth of a twin. She has had three other twins, five triplets and five quadruplets, while giving birth to only one child.
According to doctors, this woman suffers from a rare disease that prevents the body from functioning against family planning and contraceptive methods.
According to doctors, the plant has very large ovaries and also suffers from an exceptional and excessive ovulation complication.
It is said that if the plant stops giving birth, her health may be endangered.
The woman, who lives with her children in a squalid house near the coffee plantations of Kasavu village, has experienced many hardships throughout her life, and despite her husband’s help in the past, devotes all her time to caring for her children and, of course, to work and earn money. He has lived for a living.
She has worked as a hairdresser, selling herbal medicines, and collecting scrap and scrap iron to earn money to support her children with food, clothing, and education.
Six children have died so far, and his wife recently left the family, leaving her alone with her 18 daughters and 20 sons.