Paris Fury discusses the terrifying moment her baby daughter  Athena stopped breathing

    0

    [ad_1]

    Paris Fury has discussed the terrifying moment her baby daughter Athena stopped breathing just hours after she gave birth to her in August.

    Appearing on Tuesday’s Loose Women, the wife of Tyson Fury, 31, recalled how she ‘broke down and screamed’ when she feared she would lose her baby girl.

    Paris told how after despite being born ‘healthy’, Athena’s heart rate soon rocketed to 300bpm as she suffered from supraventricular tachycardia (SVT).

    Trauma: Paris Fury has discussed the terrifying moment her baby daughter Athena stopped breathing just hours after she gave birth to her in August

    Trauma: Paris Fury has discussed the terrifying moment her baby daughter Athena stopped breathing just hours after she gave birth to her in August

    SVT is a condition where your heart suddenly beats much faster than normal. It’s not usually serious and usually lasts for a few minutes.

    Paris told the Loose Women panel: ‘Everything was seemingly perfect came out 6lb 10oz all healthy and then after a couple of hours we found out something wasn’t right.

    ‘The nurses said her heart was beating 300bpm and it was SVT very common in young babies. She was rushed to ICU I was still numb on the bed. 

    ‘When I went through she was ventilated and went to hospital and we spent the next two weeks trying to figure out what happened to Athena.’ 

    Terrifying: Appearing on Tuesday's Loose Women, the wife of Tyson Fury, 31, recalled how she 'broke down and screamed' when she feared she would lose her baby girl

    Terrifying: Appearing on Tuesday’s Loose Women, the wife of Tyson Fury, 31, recalled how she ‘broke down and screamed’ when she feared she would lose her baby girl

    Paris went on to detail Athena’s second stay in the intensive care unit, and said: ‘She was in my arms and moving down to the high dependency unit and she just stopped breathing I screamed for the nurses because she wasn’t hooked up to the unit.

    ‘The doctors flooded in and they started resuss and I called Tyson in because he was jogging around the grounds for training and I broke down and screamed and said shes dying and they ventilated her again.

    ‘She had to get better on her own and she has shes got back to normal again now but it was such a scary two weeks. You don’t expect it with your sixth child I’ve always had healthy kids. It was so scary.’

    Scary: Paris told how after despite being born 'healthy', Athena's heart rate soon rocketed to 300bpm as she suffered from supraventricular tachycardia (SVT)

    Scary: Paris told how after despite being born ‘healthy’, Athena’s heart rate soon rocketed to 300bpm as she suffered from supraventricular tachycardia (SVT)

    Paris went on to explain that the experience hasn’t put her off having more children in the future because there is ‘no reason to expect it again’. 

    She said: ‘There’s no reason to expect it again but it was so scary and the first time I ever wanted to be cut in half i had the kids at home worried and upset and in ICU we spent 2 weeks there and you had that day to day struggle.’

    ‘Alder Hey Children’s doctors and nurses were amazing and I feel for families that were there for months and years on end. 

    ‘It was hard for two weeks but we got out and everything was okay.’

    Married: Paris shares six children with her husband Tyson Fury

    Married: Paris shares six children with her husband Tyson Fury

    Paris, who shares six children with her husband Tyson Fury, also spoke about the struggles of watching her husband fight. 

    She said: ‘It’s such an overwhelming feeling to watch your partner fight. I supported him with that just like he supports me but to be ringside is the worst feeling in the world. 

    ‘It’s really hard to watch but when he wins it is amazing and it’s great to have that achievement and do what he loves most in the world so I just have to be there and be the supportive wife.

    Touching on how she would describe her relationship now after sufering with ‘ups and downs’, Paris said: ‘It’s so much more strengthened.

    ‘When you’re younger and new to marriage we had arguments over silly things and where you’d leave your shoes and now you realise all the smallness is irrelevant. 

    Touching on how she would describe her relationship now after sufering with 'ups and downs', Paris said: 'It's so much more strengthened'

    Touching on how she would describe her relationship now after sufering with ‘ups and downs’, Paris said: ‘It’s so much more strengthened’

    ‘We travel, take the kids everywhere and it’s a whirlwind and I love every minute of it. Having these children and this bond for all these years you do just bond more.’#

    Paris first revealed the moment her baby girl Athena had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her during an interview in October. 

    The mother-of-six recalled how medical staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary attempted to slow down Athena’s heart rate, but they had to move her to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital for specialist treatment in the end.

    Awful: Paris first revealed the moment her baby girl Athena had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her during an interview in October

    Awful: Paris first revealed the moment her baby girl Athena had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her during an interview in October

    ‘We went over there and they sedated her and put her on an incubation, where they put a tube down her throat to breathe,’ she told Ok! Magazine on Monday. 

    ‘They put her on tablets to slow her heart down and when they took her off the tube, they thought it was going to be normal. But I think the accumulation of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart and everything was just too much.

    ‘She was in my arms and she stopped breathing and became completely unresponsive. Her heart rate was fading away – she was dying in my arms,’ she bravely recalled. 

    'Fighter just like my daddy': Paris explained that the newborn 'was dying in my arms' after being born with Neonatal Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), or an abnormally fast heart rate

    ‘Fighter just like my daddy’: Paris explained that the newborn ‘was dying in my arms’ after being born with Neonatal Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), or an abnormally fast heart rate

    'Everything was just too much': Medics at Royal Lancaster Infirmary tried to slow down her heart rate, but they moved her to Alder Hey Children's Hospital for specialist treatment

    ‘Everything was just too much’: Medics at Royal Lancaster Infirmary tried to slow down her heart rate, but they moved her to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital for specialist treatment

    She continued: ‘They took her off me, put her on the table and resuscitated her. Tyson came running in. It was horrific. They managed to get her heart going and everything stabilised.’

    Their new baby was then placed into a neonatal intensive care unit [NICU], where she stayed for two weeks.

    The Fury family were able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they were finally reunited.

    Welcome home: The Fury family were finally able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they reunited after the stressful ordeal

    Welcome home: The Fury family were finally able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they reunited after the stressful ordeal

    The boxer praised the Liverpudlian children’s hospital highly, who helped look after Athena during the scary ordeal.  

    At the time, Tyson said: ‘I’m just here feeding my little girl. Off the ICU, on the mend, should be going home soon.

    ‘Thank you to God and thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have helped her.’

    Reunited: The pair also share girls Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three, and  three boys - Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and two-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah

    Reunited: The pair also share girls Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three, and  three boys – Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and two-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah

    The doting father has since organised a GoFundMe page for the hospital, helping to raise almost £50,000 for them.

    Athena is the pair’s third daughter, following Venezuela, 11, and Valencia Amber, three.

    They also share three boys – Prince John James, eight, Prince Tyson II, four, and two-year-old Prince Adonis Amaziah.

    'Thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have helped her': The boxer praised the Liverpudlian children's hospital highly, who helped look after Athena during the scary ordeal

    ‘Thank you to all the doctors and nurses who have helped her’: The boxer praised the Liverpudlian children’s hospital highly, who helped look after Athena during the scary ordeal

    [ad_2]

    Previous articleSabre-toothed gorgons that lived before dinosaurs bit each other in the face to assert dominance
    Next articleHere we go! Boris on the line as by-election date CONFIRMED after furious Tory MP outrage

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here