Is this is even possible?
Newborn baby Olivia Norton has an extremely severe case of anemia that disrupted her body's production of hemoglobin. Olivia, born on September 10th, had such low levels of hemoglobin in her arteries and veins that it could not be officially classified as blood.
After doctors realized she had extremely low blood levels, she was given an emergency blood transfusion. The transfusion restored her natural color after two weeks of supervision and care by United Kingdom doctors. According to ITV News, Olivia was given only 2 hours to live, but survived thanks to the blood transfusion.
Olivia's mother Louise Bearman spoke on the incident saying:
"Olivia was my first baby, so I didn't really know what to expect - but I certainly didn't think she'd be that color.
"I'll never forget what the doctors' notes said - 'white and floppy'.
"There were some complications before the birth, which was incredibly scary.
"Then when Olivia came out so white we didn't know what was going on. It was such a relief when the doctors explained what was happening, and it was quite amazing when they put the blood in her and she slowly turned this amazing pink color.
"She's such a lovely baby; it means everything having her at home now."
Much credit should be given to the medical team at Broomfield hospital. We pray that she continues to maintain great health.