Paris Fury recalls how her baby girl Athena was resuscitated shortly after she ...

Paris Fury recalls how her baby girl Athena was resuscitated shortly after she ...
Paris Fury recalls how her baby girl Athena was resuscitated shortly after she ...

Paris Fury has revealed the terrifying moment her baby girl Athena, who she shares with boxing star husband Tyson, had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her in August.

Paris, 31, explained that the newborn 'was dying in my arms' after being born with Neonatal Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), or an abnormally fast heart rate of around 300 BPM.   

The mother-of-six recalled how medical staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary attempted to slow down Athena's heart rate, but they had to move her to Alder Hey Children's Hospital for specialist treatment in the end.

Awful: Paris Fury has revealed the terrifying moment her baby girl Athena, who she shares with boxing star husband Tyson, had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her in August

Awful: Paris Fury has revealed the terrifying moment her baby girl Athena, who she shares with boxing star husband Tyson, had to be resuscitated shortly after she gave birth to her in August

'We went over there and they sedated her and put her on an incubation, where they put a tube down her throat to breathe,' she told Ok! Magazine on Monday. 

'They put her on tablets to slow her heart down and when they took her off the tube, they thought it was going to be normal. But I think the accumulation of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart and everything was just too much.

'She was in my arms and she stopped breathing and became completely unresponsive. Her heart rate was fading away - she was dying in my arms,' she bravely recalled. 

'Fighter just like my daddy': Paris explained that the newborn 'was dying in my arms' after being born with Neonatal Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), or an abnormally fast heart rate

'Fighter just like my daddy': Paris explained that the newborn 'was dying in my arms' after being born with Neonatal Supraventricular Tachycardia (SVT), or an abnormally fast heart rate

'Everything was just too much': Medics at Royal Lancaster Infirmary tried to slow down her heart rate, but they moved her to Alder Hey Children's Hospital for specialist treatment

'Everything was just too much': Medics at Royal Lancaster Infirmary tried to slow down her heart rate, but they moved her to Alder Hey Children's Hospital for specialist treatment

She continued: 'They took her off me, put her on the table and resuscitated her. Tyson came running in. It was horrific. They managed to get her heart going and everything stabilised.'

Their new baby was then placed into a neonatal intensive care unit [NICU], where she stayed for two weeks.

The Fury family were able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they were finally reunited.

Welcome home: The Fury family were finally able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they reunited after the stressful ordeal

Welcome home: The Fury family were finally able to welcome their sixth child home on 20th August 2021 where they reunited after the stressful ordeal

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