When Yeridiana Chazares, who is engaged to Louis Borrill, woke up the next morning with a high temperature, they made the decision to go to the hospital when she was visiting her family in Baltimore for a surprise baby shower. The parents had to pay £300,000 in hospital and lodging costs when baby Lily Borrill was born weighing barely 1 lb, 11 oz. A British couple must have a combined annual income of at least £300,000 since they were abandoned in the US after their child was born three months early while they were on holiday. Following hours of CT scans, medical professionals declared that Yeri would not be allowed to leave the hospital. Despite the fact that Louis and Yeri were in labor, doctors told them they would have to wait that it may take anywhere from a few hours to several months.
Louis said, “We decided to take the safe solution, which is to go to the hospital, because Yeri was six months pregnant. When she develops a high temperature while still carrying the baby, it is exceedingly dangerous for both the mother and the child. It was then revealed to us that Yeri wasn’t feverish; rather, she was giving birth. At 8:18 on August 6, baby Lily was delivered. When Lily was born, she was unable to breathe or move. A medical expert was able to save her life by placing a breathing tube after 15 minutes. Last week, she had a recurrent heart attack that the physicians hoped medication would treat, but she died twice and required resuscitation
Lily was born prematurely, thus she still has the ductus arteriosus (PDA), which a newborn loses at birth. She will be examined, her heart will be examined, and a cardiologist will decide if she needs more surgery. Y recounts her sorrow at having to put her first child in an incubator and how she is still being monitored by medical professionals, surgeons, and experts.
“The feeling I felt when I saw my first kid in an incubator encased in tubes and smaller than I could have imagined,” she added. “The contractions and the caesarean section are incomparable to that feeling. Lily is breathing, moving extremely well, and hopefully improving, according to the doctors. I am eager to bring her home. Currently, my little boxer is doing incredibly well, and I am certain that in the coming months, she will continue to do so,” Louis remarked. I’m quite pleased with Yeri. She handled everything so well; it was amazing.
Lily won’t be “out of the woods” until after three to four months, the couple claimed, and only then can she be released from the hospital and they can go back to their Scunthorpe home.