Nonomom, pregnant with 9 babies in Mexico reports not true

By on Apr 28, 2012 in Lifestyle, North America, Parenting, Weird Comments

A Mexican woman named Karla Vanessa Perez is reportedly pregnant with 9 babies, and is now being dubbed as NonoMom or NueveMom, with reports later saying that the earlier news are not true.

Karla Vanessa Perez, “allegedly pregnant
with 9 babies, to give birth on May 20”

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According to Mexican news on Friday, April 27, 2012, Karla Vanessa Perez of Arteaga, Coahuila appeared in local TV networks revealing that she is pregnant with 9 babies, and is being set to give birth on May 20 via C-section.

“I feel different because there are nine of them. I feel odd, but so be it. We must move forward and hopefully everything goes well,” Karla Vanessa, 32, was quoted as saying on Televisa TV network, noting that she learned that she is pregnant last January.

Apparently, Notimex, another Mexican TV network, reported that Coahuila Health Secretary Bertha Castellanos also reported that after an ultrasound, it was determined that Karla Vanessa is indeed pregnant with 9 babies.

“It’s very early to think of names for the babies. First I hope that everything goes well.” Perez was quoted telling to Notimex, who was said to be married to mechanic Juan Bernardo Morales and already has four children, three of them were reportedly triplets born last November.

However, Mexican news, including local newspaper El Diario de Coahuila reported later that Karla Vanessa is not really pregnant with 9 babies and that she did not even gave birth to triplets, with her three children now 15, 12, and 4 years old, as confirmed by her mother Francisca CastaƱeda.

Apparently, Francisca said her daughter already underwent operation and will not give birth again, which was also confirmed by Mexican Society of Gynecologic Urology member Dr. Jose Salvador Gallegos Mata, who said that being pregnant with 9 babies would be possible only by the method of artificial insemination.

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