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HIV-positive women don't always give birth to infected babies, however, even if they don't take AZT.
The nurse, assisted by the cabin crew, helped Salima give birth to a healthy baby girl.
It concluded that women's choice about where to give birth "remains an aspiration, not a reality", after one in 10 of those polled said they did not give birth in their intended location for reasons including a lack of staff and beds.
Anglesey vet Facundo Gil, from the Bodrwnsiwn veterinary group, said: "This is very unusual indeed - normally when the lambing process starts the ewe will give birth to all the lambs.
Older mothers were more inclined to have an elective C section - with 18% over the age of 35 opting not to give birth naturally.
Because, as a rule they give birth to two, maximum three.
It is believed to have been delivered by caesarean section but it is possible the man was able to give birth naturally.
On his marriage that took place about one and half year back, he asked his wife Bushra to give birth to son but four months earlier she gave birth to female baby.
She always feels joy when a newborn sees the world for the first time, but sometimes Salma must scold fathers who complain when their wives give birth to daughters because they prefer sons.
She says going to hospital to give birth is a superfluous expense.
Women are encouraged to choose where they want to give birth, such as in hospital or at home.
A UK fertility clinic was approached by two women aged 58 seeking IVF - a move that could see them become the oldest mothers to give birth following treatment in the UK.