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A resident of the American city of Greensboro in the state of North Carolina fell into a coma after she underwent a cesarean section. Twenty-five-year-old Shelley Cowley received the standard dosage of anesthetic, however during surgery in a woman’s body formed a blood clot that hit her the brain and caused a coma.
An American was examined by many highly qualified doctors, however, all doctors agreed that there was nothing to help Cowley. This information was shared with local journalists by the spouse of the woman in labor Jeremiah. The situation was surprisingly managed by the usual nurse Ashley Manus, who insisted that the newborn the baby was laid with the mother.
Hospital employee advocating for verbal and tactile contacts between children and mothers, felt that crying a boy can act on Shelley’s brain and give her a command wake up. The newborn was brought and laid without consciousness woman in her arms. The kid, however, did not cry, feeling extremely comfortable in the arms of the mother. Then the nurse had to start tickling and even pinching the baby to make him cry. In the end the boy really started shout.
To the great surprise of those present, Cowley flinched and woke up. Crying son acted on her as the most effective medicine. Doctors call the incident a real miracle. Not less, nurse Ashley Manus is sure there’s nothing to be amazed at – maternal instinct is considered the most powerful and there is nothing the surprising thing is that he made the mother wake up, who, probably thought her child was in danger.