A baby that doctors are referring to as a miracle was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Saturday.
34-year-old Robyn Cyr gave birth to a child at 3 a.m. on Saturday morning. The baby girl, who weighed in at a whopping 9 pounds, 14 ounces, became lodged in the birth canal during delivery. After being delivered, the child laid in a hospital bed for 25 minutes, showing no signs of life. Doctors declared her legally dead and took her away.
But just minutes later, a nurse rushed back to Cyr’s room and told her the child started breathing again.
Cyr said a “nurse came over, two minutes later … she couldn’t talk. She was speechless, and another nurse came over and said, ‘Your baby’s breathing.’”
A surgeon visited Cyr shortly after and told her he had no explanation for the child’s recovery.
“He said it’s a miracle,” Cyr said. “He said, ‘I’m very sorry I gave up on your baby when I did, because I turned around and she’s breathing on her own.’”
The child's recovery left everyone in the hospital amazed, including her godfather.
“The way the story progresses, by the time you get halfway through, you don’t want to hear the rest, you’re like, I’m done; this is not going to end well,” Nevel Carvery said. “Then to have it end the way it ended, it’s a roller coaster.”
Cyr already had a name picked out for the girl, but she says she might have to reconsider her choice.
“Everybody just keeps saying, Miracle, Miracle,” she said.
Source: Metro News