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A woman in the Czech Republic, gave birth to a healthy baby girl, for 117 days, after the mother was declared brain-dead.
Doctors at the university Hospital in Brno, it is delivered to the 4.7-pound, 16.5-inch baby c-Section on Aug. 15, the Independent reported. The man continued the mother kept the fetuses alive for nearly four months in the mother’s womb.
THE BABY WAS BORN THROUGH EMBRYO DONATION IN THE YEAR AFTER BEING FROZEN, STORED,
The 27-year-old mother, whose name was not disclosed, was suffering from a severe stroke and brain hemorrhage in April. She was flown to hospital by helicopter but was declared brain-dead shortly after his arrival, to ask doctors in order to fight against the odds to save her and the baby.
She put her life, and frequently moving her legs to simulate walking in an effort to stimulate the baby’s growth. The baby was delivered in 34 weeks in the pregnancy, as well as with the family members that were present at that time, the medical staff is to be disconnected from the mother, the life support and allowed to die, according to the News on the 18th.
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“This is a special case, when all the family was together, without their support and their interest in it, it would never be done this way,” Pavel Ventruba, head of the obstetrics, gynecology, and obstetrics, in the hospital, he told reporters at a press conference.
The girl is now living with her father, ABC News reported.
In a similar case two years ago, a 21-year-old Brazilian woman who suffered a stroke and was kept on life support for the 123 days, the longest ever to be artificially sustained the pregnancy, so she was able to deliver a pair of twins.
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