– A Danish humanitarian aid worker, Anja Ringgren Loven, recently shared details of a mother who delivered her baby successfully against all odds
– According to Anja, Nurse Rose was due to deliver but had complications that required surgery
– Unfortunately, the hospital told her to wait two days as it was not set to carry out surgery that day
– Nurse Rose had to be moved to a clinic where she later delivered her baby boy
A Danish humanitarian aid worker, Anja Ringgren Loven, recently shared details of how a mother almost lost her unborn child after she was denied access to appropriate surgery in the hospital.
According to Anja, Nurse Rose was due to birth her child but had complication that required surgery and proper medical attention. Unfortunately, the hospital was not set to perform any Cesarean surgery on that day and she was asked to wait two days.
All the while, the expecting mother was in labour and any wasted time could result in the death of both the mother and her child. Luckily, the nurse called her colleagues, David and Orok, who rushed her to a clinic, where she welcomed her baby boy on March 10.
Anja shared the photo of the baby on social media, in her post, she wrote: “Right now millions of woman are pregnant. The majority of pregnant women reading my update right now are from developed countries were giving birth is safe because of professional care and advanced technology.
When I was pregnant with David Jr. I felt very lucky to be able to give birth in Denmark, where we have the most advanced hospitals in the world. I was surrounded by the best medical team of professional doctors and nurses. If any complications would occur during delivery I would be able to get the best treatment in the world. The chance of neonatal death was very minimal.
I´m lucky. But millions of women all over the world are not as lucky as me. Every year 3.4 million neonatal deaths occur within the first week of life due to inadequate and inappropriate care during pregnancy, delivery and the first hours after birth.
Maternal mortality is unacceptably high. About 830 women die from pregnancy- or childbirth-related complications around the world every day due to very poor conditions. And almost all maternal deaths (99%) occur in developing countries !
Last week DINNødhjælp/ACAEDF nursing officer Rose, went into labour and was rushed to the hospital. At first everything was very normal but then unforeseen complications started, and Rose had to deliver through a surgical incision, a cesarean. But unfortunately for Rose she came to the hospital on one of those days were cesareans are not carried out !!! She was told to wait 2 days !!
This is not breaking news but let me remind you that giving birth is not the same as breaking a leg ! This is a pregnancy and if complications occur the baby AND the mother are at very high risk of dying if the right medical care is not provided ! Rose had to call David and Orok who rushed to the hospital to bring her to a private clinic in the middle of the night. The baby almost died !! But after many stressful hours of worries, our baby boy finally came to the world on the 10 of March ❤️❤️❤️ He is a little fighter, strong as his mother.
My thoughts to Rose ( I love you ) and to all African women who are the ones suffering the most during pregnancy. Imagine a world where motherhood is safe for all women. Can’t wait to hold our little boy in my arms very soon ❤️”
Meanwhile, a mentally challenged woman welcomes baby boy in Delta state, check out photos of what she did to him after.
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