VIDEO Carolinas Medical Center Celebrates Smallest Surviving Baby Ever

VIDEO Carolinas Medical Center Celebrates Smallest Surviving Baby Ever

The team developed a unique combination of formula and breast milk to keep E’layah growing and healthy.

WSOC reports E’layah’s parents did not have an easy pregnancy. Megan Smith and Eric Pegeus learned E’layah was no longer growing in August. They were warned their baby girl might not survive.

During E’layah’s first two weeks, she received blood transfusions and began gaining weight slowly.

The baby girl now weighs 3 pounds, and she is thriving. Though she is still at the hospital, her parents are able to feed her and spend time with her.

 

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