Tabuk — In an extraordinary event, a Saudi woman gave birth to 5 sets of twins on Jan. 12. The medical team supervising her condition at King Salman Armed Forces Hospital succeeded in conducting a natural birth for her.
Saudi woman gave birth to 5 sets of healthy twins with the birth weight of infants ranging from 950-1100 grams. In the 28th week of pregnancy, the 34-year-old mother and the Saudi Ministry of Defense was keen to share the news with citizens through its official account on the social networking site Twitter.
The followers eagerly praised the medical staff efforts, as worded by a supporter, Mjahed Alatawi, “The unsurprising achievement of a great team, may God grant them success and all thanks and appreciation to the hospital director.”
For his part, Maj. Gen. Attia Al-Zahrani, head of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department, won thanks and appreciation from the followers. King Salman Armed Forces Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Saudi Arabia, established in August 1980.
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It includes all the different medical specialties and subspecialties, making it a reference for hospitals in the northwestern region. In addition, it was the first government hospital to introduce endoscopic technology into the Kingdom in 1991.
Many hospitals hold affiliation with it, such as King Khalid Armed Forces Hospital.