VietNamNet Bridge – Four babies in the quintuplets born at HCM City’s Tu Du Hospital no longer live in the incubator. Doctors said the health conditions of the remaining baby, weighing 1.3 kg, who suffered from severe respiratory failure a few days ago, was also improved.
One of the five children suffered from severe respiratory failure. Four of them are now with their mum. The babies’ health is stable.
The mother, Mrs. Thu, said the babies suckled well but she did not
have enough mother milk so the babies were fed with specialized milk for
Both the maternal and paternal grandmothers were at the hospital to
support child care. “We have to take turns. Sometimes both of us had to
spend all night with the babies,” the maternal grandmother said.
The paternal grandmother said from March 28, the babies’ father had
to return to work as a taxi driver. “Looking at the healthy children we
are very happy. But in the future, their father will have to struggle
for living,” she said.
The boy who weighed 1.5 kg at birth.
Here is the first son, weighing 2 kilos at birth.
The youngest girl weighing 1.3 kg suffered from respiratory distress and now she needs special care.
The baby girl weighing 1.8 kg at birth is the sister of the remaining two babies.
The remaining baby, weighing 1.3 kg, will leave the incubator very soon.