The names of the four girls are: Nyantweny, Nyandeng, Abyei and Athei. The boy’s name is Deng.
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Mrs. Malual, whose husband serves in the Sudanese military, was visiting relatives in the U.S. when, four months into her pregnancy, she fell ill. After consulting with local Fetal Medicine Specialist William Sweeney, the mother entered the hospital for nine weeks of bed rest.
But Mrs. Malual insisted on walking into the delivery room. Dr. Sweeney told reporters the mother declared, “I will not be wheeled to my babies’ birth. I will walk. I’m from Sudan, and we walk in Sudan.”
Family members disclosed that the mother does not have health insurance. Hospital administrators said they do not expect to recover the costs of the multiple birth.
Administrators declined to say whether fertility drugs were used to aid the pregnancy, citing regulations protecting patient privacy.