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An Australian woman has proved that with faith, anything is possible after bringing a premature baby son back to life with two hours of cuddling him after doctors pronounced him dead at birth.
She was given a final chance to say goodbye to her 27 weeks son after doctors gave up hope of saving her premature baby. She tearfully told her lifeless son how much she loved him and cuddled him tightly, not wanting to let him go.
After two hours of being hugged, touched and spoken to by his mother, the little boy began showing signs of life. At first, it was just a gasp for air that was dismissed by doctors as a reflex action. But then the startled mother fed him a little breast milk on her finger and he started breathing normally.
Although little Jamie's twin sister Emily had been delivered successfully, doctors had given Mrs Ogg the news all mothers dread - that after 20 minutes of battling to get her son to breathe, they had declared him dead. Mrs Ogg and her husband David told how doctors gave up on saving their son after a three-hour labour in a Sydney hospital. Presently, Jamie and his twin sister, Emily are all doing well and living a healthy life
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