As she recalls a difficult birth, Paris Fury’s daughter Athena was “dying in her arms.”


As she recalls a difficult birth, Paris Fury’s daughter Athena was “dying in her arms.”

Paris Fury has spoken about how she was ‘dying in her arms’ at the birth of her latest daughter Athena with her boxer husband Tyson Fury.

Paris Fury has spoken out about the birth of her daughter Athena, revealing that her baby girl was ‘dying in her arms’ when she was born.

Paris, who is married to boxer Tyson Fury, has spoken up about the recent horrific birth of her baby daughter.

Athena was born with a very rapid heart rate of almost 300 beats per minute, compared to a normal heart rate of 120 beats per minute.

Doctors attempted to reduce her heart rate, but Paris claims that this only added to her problems.

The family was taken from Royal Lancaster Infirmary to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, where physicians allegedly drugged Athena, put her on an incubator, and inserted a breathing tube down her neck.

Paris said in an interview with OK! magazine: “They put her on medication to reduce her heart rate, and when she was taken off the tube, they assumed everything would return to normal.

“However, I believe that the combination of sedatives, painkillers, beta blockers for her heart, and everything else was simply too much for her. She stopped breathing and became utterly unresponsive while in my arms. Her heart rate was dropping, and she was passing away in my arms.

“They removed her from my body, placed her on a table, and resuscitated her. Tyson dashed into the room. It was a nightmare. They were able to restart her heart and bring everything back to normal.” Despite the fact that Athena’s condition improved and she no longer required heart medication, Paris battled to sleep for the first few weeks.

Paris claimed that she and Tyson were unaware that something was amiss with Athena while she was pregnant, but that when they looked back, it made sense.

It was a “huge shock,” she added, but the couple later discovered that her heart had been performing the same thing when her baby was still in the womb.

Doctors were “struggling to discover a distinct sign” of Paris’ heart rate, she claimed.

When Athena was born, though, she stated it was still “totally unexpected.”

Venezuela, 12, Prince John James, 10, Prince Tyson Fury II, 5, Valencia Amber, 3, Prince Adonis Amaziah, 2, and newborn Athena are Tyson and Paris’s children.

Despite the fact that the couple already has six children, Paris hasn’t ruled out having more. The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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