On the set of Seven to Eight this Sunday, May 28, Clarisse Agbegnenou confided in her complicated birth. Very premature, the judo champion thwarted the alarmist prognoses of doctors.
Clarisse Agbegnenou is a miracle. Born prematurely, the judokate lived her first months of life away from her mother. But she might not have lived at all. Because as she says, the champion is “born dead”. “I wasn’t breathingshe remembered on the set of Seven to Eight this Sunday, May 28. They revived me.” Barely born, Clarisse Agbegnenou had to be operated on because she had “a kidney that was malformed”. “Behind, I fell into a coma for a few weeks”, explained the judoka to Audrey Crespo-Mara. At the time, doctors had little hope for the little girl. “They told my parents that there, they could no longer resuscitate me, that it was impossible, that I was not going to come back.she said on the set of TF1. But my parents told them: ‘no, wait a few more days, she will come back’.”
“One day, they came back and they thought it was too late…”, she added. But miracle of life, her parents did not have to say goodbye to their little girl. “It was the day I breathed. They almost unplugged me”, said Clarisse Agbegnenou. When he woke up, the doctors couldn’t believe their eyes. One of them even said a symbolic and premonitory sentence to the parents of the champion: “your daughter will be a fighter”. He was not wrong. Today in good health and herself a mother, Clarisse Agbegnenou speaks of this ordeal as a “super power” given to her “From birth”. “It’s the power to fight at all costs”summed up the athlete, who has six world championship titles, two Olympic gold medals and one silver.
Clarisse Agbegnenou: “I am lucky to have a little girl who is doing well”
Born very premature, Clarisse Agbegnenou became godmother of the SOS Préma association. “I was a premature child, today I am lucky to have a little girl who is well. All these fears that I have, while she is in good health, I dare not imagine what parents of premature babies go through on a daily basisconfided the champion of the dojos in the columns of the Parisian. It is important that these dads and moms who spend days and nights being anxious, watching over their babies can be accompanied, in particular by people who are listening to them. Always marked by her complicated birth, Clarisse Agbegnenou had very little when she became pregnant. “In my belly, after seven months, my daughter was the same size as me at birth”, she summarized. Fortunately, both the mother and the little girl are doing very well today.
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