The Truth Behind The Story An Indian Woman Gave Birth To 11 Kids – 1 Boys And 10 Girls

A Facebook post, garnering over 21,000 shares, has been circulating, claiming to show images of a woman who gave birth to eleven babies. However, this claim is misleading, as it employs two deceptive images as evidence. One of the images portrays the famous American “Octomom,” who delivered eight babies in 2009, while the other image shows eleven babies born on the same day in India to different mothers.

Originally posted on a Nigeria-based Facebook page on March 12, 2018, this claim is now gaining traction in Kenya. The post urges users to type “God is great” and quickly share it to receive blessings.


To investigate the veracity of the claim, a reverse image search was conducted on the picture featuring medical staff alongside eleven newborns. The search revealed several articles dating back to 2012 about a woman giving birth to eleven babies.

Further analysis of the image’s background provided additional clues. The group in the picture is seen standing in front of a poster reading “Test Tube Baby Centre Surat.”

A more targeted Google reverse image search, using the same photo and the search term “test tube babies Surat,” yielded several articles debunking the claim that a woman had given birth to eleven babies in Surat, a city in western India.


In reality, the image was captured after the delivery of eleven babies on November 11, 2011, at an In Vitro Fertilization (I.V.F) center in Surat. Thirty women had conceived nine months earlier at the same center. However, eleven of the couples desired their babies to be born on the special date of 11/11/11 and had scheduled operations for delivery, as reported by the Times of India. The I.V.F center shared the photos on their blog at that time.

Regarding the second image, which depicts a heavily pregnant woman from different angles, it actually portrays an American woman named Nadya Suleman, also known as Natalie Suleman. In 2009, Suleman gained media attention as the “Octomom” after giving birth to eight babies through I.V.F treatment. Prior to that, she already had six children.


After the birth, the I.V.F center posted the photos on the blog it was running at the time.



Multiple births are extremely rare, and when they do occur, the chances of the infants surviving are significantly reduced. If such an extraordinary event were to take place, it would undoubtedly be covered extensively by news organizations. While there have been instances of nonuplets (nine children born at once), there are no records of eleven children being born simultaneously. Therefore, the claim about an Indian mother having eleven children at once is a hoax intended to deceive people.


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