By Katie Weston For Mailonline
Published: 13:50 GMT, 1 January 2021 | Updated: 13:50 GMT, 1 January 2021
A heavily-pregnant university graduate who was battling Covid-19 woke from a nine-day coma to find that NHS staff had delivered her baby daughter.
Mehpara Naqvi, 22, was seven months pregnant when she was rushed to Bradford Royal Infirmary, West Yorkshire, in October after suffering from breathing difficulties.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
She had developed coronavirus symptoms, including a cough, headache and loss of taste and smell, before her condition rapidly worsened within the next few days.
Ms Naqvi was placed in the intensive care ward on her first night in the hospital and was told by the maternal critical care lead, Debbie Horner, that her baby may have to be delivered via Caesarean section and kept in an incubator.
Mehpara Naqvi (pictured with her baby), 22, was heavily pregnant