The complexities she encountered over the years and what she did to achieve happiness.
In 2009, Nadia Suleman gained great fame by giving birth to eight children at once.
This multiple birth was widely publicized worldwide and generated significant interest in professional circles.
Seven days after delivery, Nadia and her newborns set a new record.
All eight of them managed to survive, which is rare in the case of premature birth.
For a prolonged period, the name Suleman remained frequently mentioned in news articles.
Some individuals criticized Nadia, a single mother raising her children, for her bold act of giving birth to eight babies when she already had six.
However, others praised her courage and perseverance.
However, more than twelve years have passed and the Suleman family is still doing well.
How did she reach the stage where, without a partner, she became the mother of so many children, and how is she living her life now, as well as her appearance?
Nadia got married at the age of twenty. After four years, the couple made the decision to separate, without having any children.
Aware since her teenage years of her fertility troubles, the American citizen embarked on a treatment to address her infertility after her marriage.
However, as all treatment options proved unsuccessful, she turned to Michael Kamrava, a fertility specialist.
After many years, he was dismissed from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine due to the conflict he had with Nadia.
The woman tried in vitro fertilization without success for the first time while still in her marital union. However, she never lost hope.
In 2001, she gave birth to her first baby—a boy. Some time later, she had a daughter.
Nadia continued her journey: one after another, she gave birth to four more children, including a set of twins.
And by the age of 30, she already had six children.
Natalie became known in the United States as the “Octomom” after giving birth to eight babies in 2009.
Behind this astonishing story lies a very complex and unknown chapter.
Dr. Kamrava had implanted up to 12 embryos in the patient to increase her chances of conception.
Recently, the woman celebrated her 8 children’s 13th birthday by posting a heartfelt message on her social media accounts for her “little” family.
“Happy 13th birthday to my 8 miracles. You are becoming the most compassionate, humble, grateful, and loving individuals I have ever met.
You possess rare and unique qualities and differ from all other children your age, especially in today’s society.
You are selfless, non-materialistic, and loving, and you are disciples of God.”