It seemed like a miracle when a pre-term baby survived her second day without oxygen support. But it wasn't. It was simply nature.
The baby girl was born six weeks premature via Caesarean section and weighed just 1.8kg. She spent her first day with an oxygen tube, and on day two, only three hours after breastfeeding, the 32-week-old baby could breathe without the tube.
"Only a mother's milk could save her," said mum Panudda Sothanapaisal.
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