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Muslim woman expecting 1st baby delivers quadruple

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Lucknow: In a weird case, a middle age Muslim woman from Uttar Pradesh’s Gonda district who is expecting her first baby today delivered quadruple, two girls and two boys’ babies in state capital.

It must be a huge surprise for 27-year-old Rehana when she delivered four babies-two girls and two boys-in a Lucknow hospital as she was expecting only her first baby.

 

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Rehana belongs to Gonda district and was expecting her ‘first baby’ when she developed labour pains on Wednesday. Her family members took her to the district hospital but the doctors said her condition was “critical” and referred her to Lucknow.

She was admitted to a private hospital in Lucknow late on Wednesday and the doctors operated upon her to deliver the four babies.

 

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Asha Misra, the doctor, said that it was rare for a woman to conceive quadruplets through natural means. “It is often through the IVF technology that a woman delivers twins or triplets,” she said.

Misra said that all the babies weighed around 1.5 kilogram even though it was a premature delivery.

 

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The mother and the babies would be kept under observation for a few more days.

The doctors said that they will be advising the mother on how to handle four babies together and ensure that each one gets ample nutrition.

 

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Do not take diabetes lightly, eyesight can go on forever

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Diabetes can cause diabetic macular edema (DME), a rapidly spreading disease of the retina, which can also cause blindness in a person. People with diabetes have a 25 percent higher risk of blindness than others.

On the occasion of World Diabetes Day (14 November), Dr. Shashank Rai Gupta, an onthalmologist and eye surgeon at Delhi Eye Care, said, “75 percent of diabetic patients coming to my clinic for eye check-up have had a condition of diabetic retinopathy.

Considering the increasing cases of diabetes and diabetic macular edema (DME), we need a strong approach to identify early stage patients. ”

He said, “Diabetics should be alert to their eyes and have eye examinations done at regular intervals so that eye disease can be detected, especially retinal diseases.”

He said, “Diabetic patients should be very vigilant about their eye health. Those of the retina, in particular, should have their vision checked frequently.

The burden of diabetic macular edema (DME) is increasing and we need to adopt a robust approach to identify patients at an early stage. ”

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