Baby Had A Less than 1% of Chance of Survival, Then The Record-Breaking Preemie Shocked Doctors and ‘Defied All Scientific Odds’

Michelle Butler went into labor at only 21 weeks and one day gestation. She raced to her local hospital and was soon transferred to UAB Hospital, where she gave birth to premature twins, Curtis and C’Asya, around 1 p.m. on July 5, 2020.

Butler was told Butler that the twins had a less than 1 percent chance of survival. A day later C’Asya passed away. But Curtis survived the first week. And after 275 days in the UAB RNICU, Curtis was discharged on April 6, 2021.

Later a certificate came to Bulter and Curtis, it reads:

Guinness World Records – The most premature baby to survive is Curtis Zy-Keith Means (U.S.A.) who was born to Michelle Butler on 5 July 2020 at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Hospital in Alabama, U.S.A. at a gestational age of 21 weeks 1 day or 148 days, making him 132 days premature.

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