Woman Praises God After Giving Birth While in a Coma, Suffering from COVID-19

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“After all the medication and everything I just woke up and all of a sudden I didn’t have my belly any more. It was just extremely mind-blowing.”

Coronavirus Patient Angela Primachenko Gives Birth In Coma
Coronavirus Patient Angela Primachenko Gives Birth In Coma

A new mom calls herself a “miracle walking” and gives all the credit to God after she gave birth while in a medically induced coma because of COVID-19.

Angela Primachenko was 33 weeks pregnant when she thought she had Spring allergies. Two days later she started running a fever and visited the hospital where she worked. A week later she was on a ventilator and fighting for her life.

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Her health deteriorated so badly she was put into a coma in a bid to help her fight for her life.

The 27-year-old Vancouver resident awoke on April 6, with her pregnant-belly flat after the symptoms of the illness had dissipated. Soon she found out that she had given birth while she was unconscious.

Primachenko, a respiratory therapist from Vancouver, Washington, woke up from the medically-induced coma on April 6th when her daughter was five days old – but only got to hold her for the first time once she was declared “COVID free” 10 days later.

“Obviously nobody expected that I was going to get that sick, so no, absolutely not, I did not expect to deliver my child,’’ she told Today.

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“After all the medication and everything I just woke up and all of a sudden I didn’t have my belly any more. It was just extremely mind-blowing.”

After being released from hospital, Ms Primachenko was not able to hold her newborn whom she named Ava, until she tested negative for coronavirus twice.

Thankfully, Ava tested negative for COVID-19 after she was born and was kept in an intensive care unit to keep her safe, with Ms Primachenko’s husband staying by their bub’s side.

Primachenko told the Today Show that her story shows that “there’s hope” and that “even in the hardest days and the hardest times that there’s hope and you can rely on God and people and community. The amount of community and people that were praying for me is just unbelievable. I was blown away, and I’m so incredibly thankful.”

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One special moment for Primachenko was when her colleagues showed up to cheer for her as she was dismissed from the intensive care unit. She said, “Everyone did a standing ovation and just clapped me out of the ICU, which was so amazing and such a huge thing to be able to leave the ICU and go to the floors.” She concluded, “It was just the grace of God,” Christian Headlines reports.

In an interview with KGW, she said that her faith sustained her through this difficult time. She told them, “I don’t know how to make it through without faith. Faith for healing, faith for life after death, faith for it all.”

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Primachenko’s twin sister, Oksana Luiten, wrote about it on Instagram, admitting the “dark time” challenged her faith and trust in God.

“I felt so powerless and so fearful and out of control,” she wrote. “But that’s how faith grows, going through times of uncertainty and seeing God gently calm my spirt again and again… and now seeing the end… I stand in awe of God. He is good.”

The new mum, who has another daughter, 11-month-old Emily, was finally able to hold her daughter over the weekend, writing about the emotional moment on Instagram.

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“Crying right now!!! IM COVA FREE!!! And holding my baby girl in my hands,” she said.

In a second post, the delighted mum cradles Ava while wearing a face mask, something she said “everyone has to wear” when visiting the NICU.

“Ava is doing amazing and gaining weight everyday like a champ!” she said.

In an earlier post, Ms Primachenko shared a clip of the moment she was wheeled out of the ICU after waking from her coma. She was given a standing ovation from medical staff who had lined the walls.

“I feel like I’m a miracle walking,” she said.

Little Ava has now gone home, with Ms Primachenko sharing the milestone on Instagram, writing “life is good”.

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