What would you like to do?
Natural Quintuplets: 1 in 65 million Identical Quintuplets: 1 in 57 million Fraternal Quintuplets:1 in 47,458,321 births Identical Quintuplets:1 in 3,906,250,00…0 births
One of five children all born to the same mother at the same time.
The Diligentis born in Argentina in 1943 survive to this day, I believe --- two boys and three girls.
It equals to 5 children.
i think it is pretty much impossible to get them on your own. you would need to have fertility treatments done. also if you mention you want them to your doctor he'll say that… it is a very high risk and that you shouldn't be trying to get quints. although i really want them too, here are the names: Sadie Marie Mackenzie Rose Camryn Margaret Dominic Allan Ian Jeffrey
Like twins, quintuplets may be identical (from the same egg) or fraternal (from different eggs released from the ovary at the same time). Identical siblings have the same DNA,… while fraternal siblings are no more alike than siblings born from different pregnancies. Quintuplets are rare because multiple births in human beings are much less frequent than singleton births. Furthermore, the human uterus is not designed to carry multiple births: the load of five babies rarely goes to term, thus resulting in five very small babies subjected to the risks of prematurity. Most quintuplet births nowadays are due to fertility enhancing drugs. The Dionnes and Diligentis are among the very few to have been conceived naturally and to have survived beyond infancy.
They had six.
Quintuplets ended on 2005-01-12.