Sugar Land family welcomes quadruplet boys born at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital

Sugar Land family welcomes quadruplet boys born at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital

Credit: Children's Memorial Hermann

Pictured here (L to R) is Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital/UTHealth OB/GYN Alfredo Gei, M.D., dad Tamir Aggour holding Omar Aggour and Kareem Aggour, big sister Tamara Aggour , mom Marwa Farrag holding Saif Aggour and Deen Aggour, and CMHH Women’s Center maternal fetal medicine navigator Sandra Uribe, RN, BSN.

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by Press release/ Children's Memorial Hermann

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Posted on November 7, 2013 at 3:03 PM

Updated Friday, Nov 8 at 2:15 PM

HOUSTON -- Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital joyfully celebrated the births of four healthy brothers to Sugar Land’s Aggour family on October 8.

According to the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Club (NOMOTC), in 2011 there were a total of 3,953,590 births, 239 of which were quadruplet births. With so few quadruplet births, the Aggour identical triplets; Deen, Kareem and Omar, along with singleton Saif definitely beat the odds.

“Hearing that we were having quadruplets was definitely a shocking surprise,” said Tamir Aggour, father. “But, Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital’s clinical staff carefully guided our family through to the safe arrival of these blessings. Dr. Gei is supremely competent and also takes his time with his patients, and his medical expertise combined with his supportive approach and genuine concern for the wellbeing of my wife and our babies helped guide us through the pregnancy.”

“The hospital’s staff has been excellent!” said Marwa Farrag, mother. “We fell in love with our physicians and nurses in labor and delivery and with the staff in the NICU. The highly-trained nurses have been wonderful teachers, providing us with a wealth of information. We couldn’t have asked for better care and everybody has been very warm and friendly.”

Mom and Dad look forward to their sons growing up together and providing constant entertainment for one another, under their big sister’s supervision of course.

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