Mom almost dies when placenta got stuck inside her after giving birth to second child

SOMETHING as beautiful as bringing a new life into the world can sometimes go severely wrong very fast.

This TikTok mom shared her harrowing experience when her placenta got stuck inside her after she had given birth to her second child.

Kristina Nina participated in a TikTok trend where users get to share life-changing experiences while singing along to Grace Kelly by Mika.

The mom began in her video: "Delivering my baby then noticing they are letting her stay on my chest a little too long and knowing something was wrong.

"My placenta literally being stuck to the inside of my body and my doctor trying to pull, scratch, pry it out but it's fully attached to my insides.

"Throwing up repeatedly, screaming in pain, and losing a lot of blood while she's trying to get this thing out any way she can.

"Blood pressure dropping, body going into shock, freezing, shaking uncontrollably, in and out of consciousness, SO dehydrated.

"A full scene out of Grey's Anatomy every time I gain consciousness, my doctor covered in my actual blood, 20 doctors and nurses in the room, me and my doctor think I'm going to die."

She admitted that doctors tried to remove her placenta for a total of two hours as she screamed out in terrible pain.

Fortunately, things turned out well (of course, since she did the video) and she revealed she "got three units of blood to alive myself again, me completely fine the next day as if nothing had happened, doctor looking traumatized, me just happy not to be pregnant anymore."

In a second video, the math teacher explained that she was not a victim of medical malpractice but that she definitely developed some more issues during pregnancy like preeclampsia and diabetes.

Despite what some commentators may say, Nina admitted that she "fully trusted" her doctor so she never felt unsafe in her hands.

Sadly, her doctor recommended that she doesn't try to have more kids as the same thing could happen again.

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