Asylum seeker rushed to Brisbane hospital

An asylum seeker and her baby flown to Brisbane hospital after emergency caesarean AN ASYLUM-seeker suffering from a potentially deadly pregnancy disorder was left for more than three months on Nauru before an emergency caesarean birth this week. It is understood that as early as five months, Somalian woman Naima Ahmed, 22, had signs of pre-eclampsia, a serious blood-pressure disorder that, if left untreated, can be fatal to both mother and baby. Ms Ahmed suffered a serious pre-eclamptic fit on Thursday morning before being taken to a local hospital for an emergency caesarean birth. She was then flown to the…
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