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Mom, who has no idea of ​​being pregnant, wakes up from a coma to find she has given BIRTH to a girl after she arrived in a hospital with sepsis



A training assistant who says she has gone to a hospital without showing any signs of pregnancy that she has awakened from a coma to find she has been BIRTH.

Lisa Davey had no idea that she was expecting a girl when his sepsis became infected and he was seriously ill.

    Lisa Davy with nurse Daniel MacLeary and baby Daniel Alice Davy

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Lisa Davy with nurse Daniel MacLeary and baby Daniel Alice Davy
    The baby Daniel Alice Davey was born 14 weeks prematurely

SWNS: Southwest news service

The baby Daniel Alice Davey was born 14 weeks prematurely

The twenty-seven-year-old boy was brought to A and E at Victoria Blackpool Hospital with a supposed abdominal infection in April 2018.

The medics have found that she has a small stomach that originally thought to be related to the possible condition.

But the ultrasound reveals that Lisa is actually a 26-week pregnancy and has developed HELLP syndrome – a rare liver disease that affects some pregnant women.

Lisa's health has worsened dramatically since her illness has led her to deadly sepsis and her organs have begun to fail.

In an effort to save mother and baby, doctors decide to bring Lissa to the Caesar Theater.

Great baby

Lisa called her miracle baby – who was born 14 weeks prematurely – Daniel after the "wonderful" nurse who cared for her and the newborn.

The baby Daniel Alice Davey was transferred to the newborn ward at Royal Preston Hospital for specialized care.

Mommy Lisa was moved to the intensive ward at Victoria's Blackpool Hospital – and she only found she was now a new mother when she woke up in her hospital bed.

Lisa continued to work for 80-hour weeks and had no idea she was waiting until she rushed to the hospital.

I had no idea I was pregnant. I had no symptoms

Lisa Davy New mom

She said, "I could not believe it. I was working 80 hours a week and lifting heavy boxes.

"I had no idea I was pregnant.

"When I met my little girl a week later, I knew I had to call Daniel after the fantastic care I received from such a wonderful nurse."

Ten months later, both mother and baby are doing well and enjoying a normal life in Blackpool, Lance.

As a gratitude, Lisa called her newborn baby after sister Daniel McCartney, 33, who had just begun her shift with Lisa as the first patient.

She said, "Lisa was so bad we did not know she or the baby would succeed.

"No one had any idea when she came that Lisa was pregnant – including Lisa herself.

"There was only one small belly that we thought could be related to a possible infection.

"I stayed with Lisa for three and a half hours and visited her every time I was on a shift.

When Lisa told me the name of the baby, I cried, I was so overloaded – I was just doing my job.

"But having such a sweet joy called after me is such a great honor, that's the high point of my career."

    The baby is named after the "wonderful" sister Daniel

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The baby is named after the "wonderful" sister Daniel
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