Women in Nikopol give birth in basements because of Russian shelling (on English).
Women in Nikopol give birth in basements because of Russian shelling. Childbirth is considered one of the most difficult periods in every woman's life. In addition, due to the daily shelling of the native city, births in Nikopol take place in rather difficult conditions. In these conditions, it is difficult not only for women in labor to adapt, but it is even more difficult for obstetricians to work.
The enemy took away the carefree childhood of young Ukrainians, but cannot stop life. Yesterday, August 28, a baby was born in the Nikopol maternity hospital, in a specially equipped basement. The photo and video appeared on the Facebook social network. Lidia Bilyk, an obstetrician-gynecologist at the Nikopol Maternity Hospital, commented on the situation in the city on her page.
The war, unfortunately, made its corrections. At this time, it is especially difficult for the doctors of the local maternity hospital and women in labor.
"Nikopol is my unconquered Nikopol. Who could have thought, who could have imagined, but...war. Alarms sound every day and every night. The peaceful population of the city has been attacked non-stop for several months in a row. I know and am sure that our boys will not let the Russian invaders rest and will do everything possible and impossible to protect our native city. Hold on guys, save our Nikopol. You are the best! And we will support you and defend our front. Everything will be Ukraine!" - Lydia Bilyk wrote on Facebook.
We remind you that Ukrainian LGBT families are forced to hide themselves due to public condemnation.