– A Nigerian mother has celebrated the life of her newborn after a fiery situation she faced while carrying her pregnancy
– Due to a placenta eruption, her baby (later named Eloghosa) had to be incubated while she was just 25 weeks gone
– After surviving a series of medical battles to save the mother’s life, the baby overcame and now weighed 8kg as a healthy kid
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A Nigerian woman with the Twitter handle @IvyOrjii has celebrated overcoming a great challenge she faced eight months ago.
She said that when she was pregnant, the only thing the doctor complained about was her old age. Moments after, everything turned for the worse.
She said on the day that she just had a nice meal of porridge yam, she noticed wetness, thinking she had just peed herself.
On getting to the hospital, it was revealed that she had a placenta abruption. That set in motion the speed to save the mother’s life.
A collage of the mother and baby.
Photo source: Twitter/@IvyOrji
To do that, they had to take the baby out of her and put in an incubator at 25 weeks, weighing 748grams. The Nigerian woman said the baby was really tiny.
After some time, she was able to hold the human. During the very trying time, she kept begging God to keep her safe.
Not only did the baby survive, but she grew healthily. According to the woman, named Eloghosa, the kid now weighs 8kg.
See her tweets below:
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported that a Nigerian dad, Phillip Oyewale, did a viral inspiring post on the 64th birthday of Bishop Wale Oke, founder of Christ life Church.
He said that his son Emmanuel was born premature and was in a coma for almost a year as medical reports thought he would not make it.
Oyewale said that the day his life support was going to be switched off, the Bishop came from Nigeria and rescued him through prayers.
The doctors gave a medical verdict that in the rare case that the boy lives, he would not be able to walk and will always need the assistance of oxygen and a wheelchair for the rest of his life.
On Wednesday, September 8, the father said the boy resumed primary school as he walked, overcoming all medical assessments.
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