Guyana: A 31-year-old woman from Good Hope, Region Two, is praising the Suddie Public Hospital’s doctors, nurses, and midwives for guaranteeing the safety and wellbeing of her baby.
On September 24, 2021, Annecia George gave birth to a baby at 26 weeks. The baby, who weighs only 920 grammes, had to be hospitalised for two months.
The infant was healthy and was released without any difficulties. During her son’s stay at the hospital, George stated she and the infant received excellent care in the Obstetrics and Paediatrics wards. The mother expressed her joy at the birth of her first kid.
“I had a miscarriage with my first pregnancy.” I became pregnant again, and when I delivered the baby, I was terrified that anything would go wrong because it was delivered before the due date and weighed less than 1,000 grammes. “I am overjoyed that my son is in good health,” George expressed her delight.
She referred to her kid as a “miracle baby” because she had reservations about delivering a baby weighing less than 1000 grammes. According to the mother, babies born weighing less than 1000 grammes had a limited chance of survival. George has given the baby the name “Javarious,” which means “strong,” according to her.
Dr. Ranjeev Singh, Regional Health Officer, praised the parents and thanked all of the health-care staff who worked to ensure the infant had the proper neonatal care.