Midwives appeal for support for 28-year-old who delivered quadruplets

Midwives appeal for support for 28-year-old who delivered quadruplets

- Lydia Grumah is unable to produce enough breast milk to feed her four babies

- Thus, midwives at the Salaga Government Hospital are appealing for support to buy baby food supplement to feed the newborns

- Philanthropists, especially are being asked to come to the aid of the woman and support her to be able to feed herself and the babies

A woman who delivered quadruplets at the Salaga Government Hospital is seeking support from the public.

Lydia Grumah, 28, is unable to produce enough breast milk to feed her four babies and is in need of financial support to buy baby food supplements.

Midwives at the Salaga Government Hospital have, therefore, taken it upon themselves to appeal for support for the mother of four.

Midwives appeal for support for 28-year-old who delivered quadruplets

Lydia trying to breastfeed one of the babies. Source: 3news.com
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According to a report by 3news, Lydia was rushed to the Hospital on August 31 at around 3:00 a.m.

She had already delivered two babies at the St. Joseph’s Clinic at Chamba before she was brought to the Salaga Government Hospital.

The third and fourth babies, in a transverse lie and a cephalic presentation respectively, were also later successfully delivered.

The mother and babies are currently in good condition but the mother is unable to produce enough breast milk to feed the babies.

Genevieve Bakari, who is in charge of maternity at the Salaga Government Hospital, said the babies are surviving on a supplementary food for babies called NAN.

The babies are doing well, as well as the mother but the stress of delivering quadruplets is affecting the mother psychologically thus her inability to produce enough breast milk,” she said.

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We are unable to discharge them because the mother will not be able to buy the supplementary feed due to her situation.”

She is, therefore, appealing to the public to support for a 28-year-old mother to take care of her quadruplets.

Meanwhile, midwives at the Salaga Government Hospital contribute cash on daily basis to buy baby food supplement to feed the newborns.

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