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Vaccinated mom who contracted COVID-19 while pregnant can’t remember giving birth on a ventilator

‘Every time I see my son, I want to cry’: Vaccinated ‘miracle mother’ who contracted COVID-19 while pregnant reveals she had to be told she gave birth to her baby while on a ventilator

  • Wendy Davidson, 33, of Coweta County, Georgia, spent weeks battling the virus at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta
  • The mother, who had been fully vaccinated, became so ill that she was unconscious and unconscious and had to be put on a ventilator later
  • Medical staff performed an emergency cesarean section to make her son, Gabriel, 28 weeks pregnant
  • The newborn, who weighed just three pounds, is currently in the hospital in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
  • Wendy had no memory of her time in the hospital and was told she had given birth to her first child


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A fully vaccinated mother who contracted COVID-19 while pregnant gave birth to her first child while on a ventilator and does not remember giving birth.

Wendy Davidson, 33, of Coweta County, Georgia, has been called a “miracle mother” after battling the virus for weeks at Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, where she welcomed her son Gabriel, who was 28 weeks pregnant.

Despite receiving the Pfizer vaccine, she became so ill that she was unconscious and later had to be put on a ventilator after her oxygen level dropped to the mid-1960s. WGCL-TV reported.

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Story: Wendy Davidson, 33, of Coweta County, Georgia, was pregnant when she contracted COVIT-19 after being fully vaccinated and on a ventilator when she delivered her newborn baby

Story: Wendy Davidson, 33, of Coweta County, Georgia, was pregnant when she contracted COVIT-19 after being fully vaccinated and on a ventilator when she delivered her newborn baby

Premature: Medical staff performed an emergency C-section to make her son, Gabriel, 28 weeks pregnant

Premature: Medical staff performed an emergency C-section to make her son, Gabriel, 28 weeks pregnant

Premature: Medical staff performed an emergency C-section to make her son, Gabriel, 28 weeks pregnant

Scary: Despite having the Pfizer vaccine, Wendy got so sick that she went in and out of consciousness and later had to be put on a ventilator after her oxygen level dropped

Scary: Despite having the Pfizer vaccine, Wendy got so sick that she went in and out of consciousness and later had to be put on a ventilator after her oxygen level dropped

Scary: Despite having the Pfizer vaccine, Wendy got so sick that she went in and out of consciousness and later had to be put on a ventilator after her oxygen level dropped

“The nurse was in the room and she said, ‘Hey, we’re getting ready to intubate your wife and put her on a ventilator,’ and I was like, ‘What?’ new station.

“I was like, ‘Do you mean what’s going on?’ and they said her oxygen was very low.’

Persistent fears about the health of both Wendy and her baby prompted medical personnel to perform an emergency C-section to make her son 28 weeks pregnant, a miracle, according to doctors.

The newborn, who weighed just three pounds, is currently in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the hospital.

Miracle baby: The newborn, who weighed just three pounds, is currently in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the hospital

Miracle baby: The newborn, who weighed just three pounds, is currently in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the hospital

Miracle baby: The newborn, who weighed just three pounds, is currently in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the hospital

No Reminder: Wendy, who can't remember delivering her son, has relied on her husband Jeremy to help her fill in the pieces

No Reminder: Wendy, who can't remember delivering her son, has relied on her husband Jeremy to help her fill in the pieces

No Reminder: Wendy, who can’t remember delivering her son, has relied on her husband Jeremy to help her fill in the pieces

Difficult to handle: “Every time I see my son, I want to cry,” she said. “I wanted to see him come out, you know, but I didn’t get that luxury”

Wendy had no memory of her time in the hospital and was told she had given birth to her first child.

“Every time I see my son I want to cry,” she told WGCL-TV as she was about to cry. “I wanted to see him come out, you know, but I didn’t get that luxury.”

“She tried to put it together,” Jeremy added. “She’ll ask me when he was born, what happened, how she got to the neurocenter, it’s just, everything is just strange to her.”

Wendy said that the entire time she was in the hospital, medical staff referred to her as the “miracle mother” and the “baby miracle mother.”

Earlier this week, she was released from the hospital for the first time. While her son is still in the NICU, he is improving and gaining weight.

Gabriel is expected to return home at the end of November.

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