Girl Born Six-Weeks Premature and Without a Drop of Blood Starts Going to School

by Kathy Jones on  September 19, 2014 at 7:45 PM General Health News
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The mother of a four-year-old daughter from Ireland, who was born without a single droplet of blood, revealed her fear that she thought her daughter would not survive past the first few days of her life.
 Girl Born Six-Weeks Premature and Without a Drop of Blood Starts Going to School
Girl Born Six-Weeks Premature and Without a Drop of Blood Starts Going to School

Emma Vignes absorbed all of her daughter's Maisy's blood during her pregnancy which left her daughter six weeks premature, Metro.co.uk reported.

Maisy, who is now four years old, has started going to school.

The 31-year-old mother said that it was an unbelievable situation and none of the consultants had ever heard of something like it happening before.

Source: ANI

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