A new world record has seemingly been broken after a South African woman has claimed to have given birth to ten babies in what would be the world's largest-ever live birth if confirmed by doctors.
Could it really be possible?
Because as every parent out there can agree, giving birth is perhaps one of the most physically stressful things the human body can endure.
But according to thirty-seven-year-old Gosiame Thamara Sithole, the human body is more than capable of growing and birthing ten babies!
Gosiame, who is already a mom to twins, reportedly gave birth to 7 boys and 3 girls via Caesarean section at a hospital in Pretoria late Monday.
Her husband, Tebogo Tsotetsi, told journalists of the birth of the "decuplets" late on Monday night, saying he is "happy" and "emotional."
The mom had previously claimed the birth was a completely natural one but such extreme births are almost always the result of fertility treatments...
Which involves multiple fertilized embryos being inserted into the womb to increase the chances of a patient falling pregnant.
Because the name of the hospital hasn't been revealed to the public, it hasn't yet been confirmed that Gosiame actually gave birth to ten babies.
But nevertheless, this eye-opening story has stunned many other parents online.
"Ten babies at once?! It was tough with one, God bless those parents!" one mom wrote online, with another saying, "Congratulations! But just imagine when they start crying at the same time!"
This miraculous news comes just a month after a Malian woman - Halima Cisse - gave birth to 9 children at a hospital in Morocco...
In another case thought to have been caused by fertility treatment.
Congratulations to Gosiame and Tebogo on their happy new arrivals!