Una mujer de Pittsburgh (EE.UU.) dio a luz a su bebé ocho semanas antes de lo esperado en el asiento delantero de su propio coche. Raelin Scurry compartió en su cuenta de Instagram una foto tomada poco después del parto en la que se observa que el niño nació en su saco amniótico.
Scurry, madre de dos hijos, estaba siendo trasladada al hospital por su novio cuando comenzó a tener contracciones intensas. En aquel momento estaba de solo 29 semanas de embarazo. "Las contracciones continuaron y se volvieron más intensas. Llamé al 911 porque estaba muy asustada. (…) Empujé una vez y mi bebé milagrosamente estaba aquí. Cuando miré hacia abajo me di cuenta de que todavía estaba completamente envuelto en el saco amniótico", escribió Scurry.
Cuando la pareja llegó al hospital, el bebé estaba inmóvil, pero los médicos abrieron el saco amniótico y el pequeño mostró signos de vida. Se trata de un caso muy raro que ocurre menos de una vez cada 80.000 nacimientos. Normalmente, este saco lleno de líquido que permite al embrión desarrollarse en el útero se rompe durante el parto.
Our birth story! ❤ The human body is truly an amazing thing. 8.5.2017 at about 10am I started having contractions. I was only 29 weeks and 4 days so I just figured they were Braxton hicks and decided to wait it out. After about 45 minutes of consistent contractions that were increasing in intensity I decided I should probably go in. I there in some clothes. Grabbed my daughter some clothes, her my fiance And I left for the hospital. I dropped my daughter to her God mommy Nicole And headed to the hospital. Well the contractions continued to get closer together and more intense and before I knew it I knew it was time to push. I called 911 because I was so scared. They couldn't understand me between the screams with contractions. So I handed the phone to my fiance. I pulled my pants off and reached down, sure enough his head was right there. I pushed one time and my miracle baby was here. When I looked down I realized he was still completely wrapped in the amniotic sac. The dispatcher told us to pull over. But I knew we would make it to the hospital before they would make it to us. So I told Ean to keep driving. I was so scared. My Fiance was so calm driving and on the phone with 911. At first the baby was still and all I could do was pray he would be okay. And then I rubbed his face with my thumb and he pulled his little hands and feet up to his face as if he understood my prayers and wanted to reassure us he was okay. About 7 minutes passed that I held this miracle baby in my hands until we made it to the hospital. A familiar face came running out and grabbed my baby. He was born an caul. This happens 1 in every 80,000 births. Usually during c-section. He was 3lb 1oz. He doing wonderful all things considered all He went through I know he's going to be an awesome little man! ❤ he is truly a miracle baby. We are so blessed to be his parents. #encaul #encaulbirth #carbirth #miriclebaby