For the second time in two years, an Argentine teenager has given birth to female triplets, BBC News reports.
The 16-year-old, who goes only by the name of Pamela, first gave birth to triplets at the age of 15.
Pamela, who lives in Leones in the central Argentine province of Cordoba, also gave birth to a son two years ago. All seven children were born prematurely, and the mother did not use fertility treatments, the report said. The chances of giving birth to triplets once are more than 8,000 to 1, according the report.
Provincial authorities donated land and built a house for Pamela’s family when the first set of triplets were born. Pamela’s mother plans to ask the government for more assistance.