Ari Nagel (1975 or 1976) is an American mathematics professor and a sperm donor who has fathered more than 100 children as of May 2022. He has been nicknamed the Sperminator or the Target Donor, after the American retail corporation in whose stores some of his artificial-insemination donations were performed.
Jonathan Meijer, 41, has fathered between 500 and 600 children around the world.
The man who is thought to have fathered the most children of all time is Moroccan Sultan Ismail Ibn Sharif (1645 to 1727) with a total of more than 1,000, according to Guinness World Records.
A Dutch man suspected of fathering more than 550 children worldwide through sperm donations has been ordered to stop. The man named Jonathan, aged 41, could be fined more than €100,000 (£88,000) if he tries to donate again.
A Russian woman named Valentina Vassilyeva and her husband Feodor Vassilyev are alleged to hold the record for the most children a couple has produced. She gave birth to a total of 69 children – sixteen pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets – between 1725 and 1765, a total of 27 births.
A Russian woman named Valentina Vassilyeva is known as being the woman who has given birth to the most children in one lifetime. We often see stories these days about a family that has got anywhere between 15 and 30 children, but nobody comes close to Vassilyeva.
According to a local monastery's report to the government in Moscow, between 1725 and 1765 Mrs Vassilyev popped out 16 pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets, over 27 separate labours. The grand total: 69 children.
Among men aged 15–49 in 2015–2019, 55.2% had not fathered a biological child, 14.8% had fathered one biological child, 17.4% had fathered two children, 8.2% had fathered three children, and 4.4% had fathered four or more children.
Most prolific mother ever
The record for number of children born to one mother is 69 in the 1700s, according to Guinness. She was the wife to Feodor Vassilyev, a peasant from Shuya, Russia. She gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets.
So it makes sense that women can only have a fraction as many children as men. One study estimated a woman can have around 15 pregnancies in a lifetime. And depending on how many babies she births for each pregnancy, she'd probably have around 15-30 children.
The youngest father in the world is reportedly a boy from China, who, at 9 fathered a child with an 8-year-old girl. This occurred in 1910. There is also a 10-year-old father recorded in the USA, no details about the mother.
Miami - Some consider it a legend, others believe it to be truth, and now the speculation can end after scientists have reportedly proven that it is indeed possible that Moroccan Sultan Moulay Ismail was the biological father of over 1,000 children.
After a month, they came across Kyle Gordy - who is known for being the world's most prolific sperm donor, having fathered more than 47 children at just 30 years of age.
The world's most fertile woman has had an incredible 44 children - and now has to raise her massive brood on her own. Mariam Nabatanzi had her record number of babies by the time she was just 36 and all with the same father.
The longest interval between the birth of twins is 90 days, in the case of Molly and Benjamin West, dizygotic (fraternal) twins born in Baltimore, Maryland, USA to parents Lesa and David West (all USA) on 1 January and 30 March 1996.
Both parents have said that the nonuplets were conceived naturally. The four boys and five girls have been named: Mohammed, in honour of the king of Morocco, Bah, in honour of the former president of Mali, El Hadji, Oumar, Hawa, Adama, Fatouma Oumou and Kadidia.
In this Article. There's no maximum age that stops a man from being able to have a baby.
Of course, as women age, the odds of conceiving also gradually lower. The ideal childbearing age is often considered to be in the late 20s and early 30s. Pregnancies later in life could come with some health risks.
The title of mother with the most children ever goes to a Russian peasant woman named Feodor Vassilyev, who lived in the 1700s. She gave birth to a total of 69 children sixteen pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets, and four sets of quadruplets.
The least common birthdays in the U.S. interestingly all hover around major holidays. December 25 (Christmas Day) is the least common birthday, while January 1 (New Year's Day) is the second least common.
While the 9th of September is generally regarded as the most common birthday around the world, this actually varies a little bit from country to country – it depends on the hemisphere that the country is in (because this depends on the seasons), the holidays that the country celebrates and its most prevalent religion ...
According to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Social Security Administration (SSA), the rarest month to be born in is February, making Aquarius the rarest zodiac sign. This makes logical sense, since February is the shortest month of the year, even with a leap year.
With a fertility rate of almost 7 children per woman, Niger is the country with the highest fertility rate in the world followed by Mali.
South Korea has the lowest fertility rate globally at 0.9 children per woman, closely followed by Puerto Rico at 1.0 and a trio of Malta, Singapore, and the Chinese Special Administrative Region Hong Kong all at 1.1 children per woman.
South Korea has had the lowest fertility rate in the world since 2013. The fertility rate is the average number of children born to a woman in her reproductive years. The drop in fertility rates has left countries facing a future of aging populations and shrinking workforces.