Courageous With her partner Darren McGuinness by her side, Chloe Connolly, 25, successfully gave birth to Esmae and Averly before having them transported to University Hospital Wishaw. In Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, at their parents’ home, the twins were born nine weeks early. Chloe, a mother of four, instantly dialed 911 after experiencing sudden pains, but the little infants were born before paramedics arrived. However, infant Averly, who was born with chronic lung disease, signed a contract with C.O.V.I.D. while still in the hospital.
After being placed in a “na” and attached to a ventilator, medical professionals took the infant to the Royal hospital in Glasgow. Chloe is heartbroken; she knows she won’t live. She begins making funeral arrangements after two weeks of receiving funeral arrangements, but only after two weeks of receiving feeciarangements. The twins, who have chronic lung problems and are already seven months old, are hoping to develop more quickly. “I felt awful, and after one night, I started to have really bad pains, it all happened so quickly,” Chloe remarked.
The twins were born after a 28-minute phone call to the paramedics. I couldn’t even get to the bathroom, so I just knelt down and collected them myself after leaving them in the bedroom. Averly was the first to be born, and Esmaes followed six minutes later. I’ve never even taken an aspirin. Averly received Covid the following month, and we had to deal with everything. We’ve been on a whole roller coaster, and we’re not even sure she’ll make it. The doctors informed us that even though they could not even tell she had days left, they were watching her every hour. In case something seriously went wrong, they had a neonatal sarge in the ambulance as they transported her to the Royal Children’s Hospital.
We followed them as they drove, and I couldn’t help but think about how quickly I would need to arrange for her burial. It was awful when I started to visualize floral arrangements in my brain. Thankfully, I avoided having to do that since she began to improve once she was placed on a ventilator and placed into a coma. We found it hard to believe. Averly received numerous transfusions, but over time the doctors began weaning her off of them, and we saw she was much better. She may even leave the Royal Family after two weeks. The staff members were all waiting for her when she arrived back at the Wishaw neonatal unit. She was so tiny and could only muster the strength to, I don’t know how she accomplished it.
But on November 12, both twins were released from the Royal Children’s Hospital after receiving care there for 14 days before returning to Wishaw Neonatology, Chloe explained. Since then, I feel like a completely new person. Although there were many, the NHS was excellent. Everyone we encountered was extremely kind and helpful, and the physicians and nurses were wonderful.