Shandongs 67 year old women face fines for exceeding their birth? Health and Health Commission: under investigation

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 Shandongs 67 year old women face fines for exceeding their birth? Health and Health Commission: under investigation


Beijing News: the matter of giving birth to a child in 60 days in Shandong Province has attracted attention. According to media reports, a third child is born to a pregnant woman, or she is facing a fine for over birth. On November 2, a staff member from the office of Zaozhuang Health Committee responded that the relevant departments were investigating.

The hospital staff carried the child out. Video screenshots

Tian xinju, a 67 year old woman in Zaozhuang, Shandong Province, gave birth to a baby girl by caesarean section on October 25, the Beijing News reported earlier. In the public report, Tian xinju, 67, is considered to be the oldest natural pregnant woman in China. Beijing News reporter learned that Tian xinju had changed her age because of marriage, and her real age was 65. Before giving birth to the baby girl, Tian xinju and her 68 year old husband, Huang Weiping, had a pair of children, and her oldest granddaughter was 18 years old.

Huang Weiping said that his wife is a natural pregnant woman, the child is given to our old couple, since we will take good care of her.. In consideration of the factors such as the age of the parturient, the disease and the lack of full-term newborn, the hospital sent the parturient and the newborn to intensive care unit of ICU for observation. At present, the puerpera has been discharged from the hospital.

As the third child in the family, there are media reports that the maternity home may face a fine for over delivery. A reporter from Beijing News called Zaozhuang health and Health Committee on November 2, and a staff member of the Office responded that the relevant departments were investigating and would make public the results of the investigation after they came out.

Source: new Beijing News Author: Qi chao, Zhou Shiling, editor in charge: Su Hongyu, nbj9980