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‘Miracle’: hospital consultant gives birth to twins while in coronavirus coma – The Guardian

Perpetual Uke was 26 weeks pregnant when her twins were delivered by caesarean section




A hospital consultant who gave birth to twins while she was in a coronavirus coma has described the delivery of the babies as a miracle.
Perpetual Uke, a rheumatology consultant, was taken to Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham when she contracted Covid-19 in April and was placed on a ventilator in a medically induced coma when her condition deteriorated.
Doctors decided to deliver the babies by caesarean section in case their mother did not recover. Her due date had been mid-July, but the babies…

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