PARIS Fury has recalled the horrifying moment she was left screaming 'my baby's dying' after her traumatic birth.
The mum-of-seven was left terrified after giving birth to her daughter Athena, she revealed in her new book: How Does She Do It? The Kids, Tyson & Me.
The 33-year-old revealed Athena, now two, was born with a fast heartbeat of 300 beats a minute, the normal rate is around the 120 beats mark.
The memory still makes Paris 'shudder' as she recalled medics trying to slow her daughter's heart rate.
But it failed to work and Paris said it caused "a load of other complications" so she was swiftly transferred from the Royal Lancaster Infirmary to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.
The Fury family then endured a nightmare two weeks when the little one was placed into a neo-natal intensive care unit [NICU].
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"It was clear Athena was having the fight of her life, and that any deterioration might cause her to slip away at any moment," she explained.
Despite coming from 'a long line of tough Traveller women,' Paris revealed she had never felt so fragile and helpless seeing her newborn daughter struggle.
After going through multiple medications and being on a ventilator, Athena was taken off as medics were sure she had stabilised.
Paris, who had only just been able to hold her daughter again since giving birth went through her 'worst nightmare' just moments later.
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"Suddenly she became pale, floppy and unresponsive and I could see she'd stopped breathing.
"My blood ran cold and I let out a piercing scream 'MY BABY'S DYING!' I shouted as a nurse immediately hit the red emergency buzzer," the mum recalled.
Athena was soon surrounded by a team of doctors who resuscitated her after her heart completely stopped.
Amide the chaos, Paris called Tyson, 35, who had gone on a run to get back – he came just in time to see the medical staff revive their daughter and reconnect her to the ventilator.
Shockingly, she revealed from that moment onwards Athena's condition improved dramatically.
"It was almost as though her heart had been reset, and was now ticking the way it should," Paris added.
Three days later, the couple were able to bring Athena home for the first time.
Paris, recently gave birth to her seventh child, a little boy, and revealed she has been in a "complete baby bubble for a week."
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