WDAF-TV reports that 20-year-old Danesha Couch of Kansas City, Kansas, says she has not undergone any fertility treatment and realises some people might consider her “a freak of nature”.
Couch delivered two boys 26 months ago. One of them died, but the survivor, Danarius, is a busy toddler. She also has twin one-year-olds, Delilah and Davina.
Dalanie and Darla were born last month and just arrived home after three weeks in neonatal intensive care.
Ms Couch and her fiance, Jeffrey Presler, plan to marry in September, but she says they do not plan to have any more children for at least 10 years.
“My regrets would be timing, but I’m really happy that I can even create babies or have life because some women can’t do that,” Ms Couch told Fox4KC.com.
‘I love babies but maybe in 10 to 15 years, when these ones are big enough to help.’
The odds are approximately 88,000 to one of having three sets of twins, according to a British study.
‘I’m always picking something up, picking food up, changing a diaper,’ she told Inside Edition, adding that she goes through three dozen diapers a day.
She said she applied for state benefits but was declined, so she started a GoFundMe page.
‘I have tried to sign up for benefits and got denied,” she wrote. “I try best i can as a mother but sometimes I need help and honestly I’m not too proud to ask."