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Twins Feri Somogi hospitalized: 'Very sad and exhausted' |  stars

Twins Feri Somogi hospitalized: ‘Very sad and exhausted’ | stars

Noel says on Instagram that she has received dozens of messages asking why she has been so inactive on social media lately. “On July 6, our boys were hospitalized with RS. Because they are born prematurely, and therefore still very young, they are more at risk of getting into trouble. After a few days in the hospital, Lux appeared to be stable and had to drink less and less of During the tube. Fortunately, he was allowed to go home that weekend to further improve there.”

Emery was less fortunate, because in addition to the RS virus, the boy also suffers from rhinovirus. “Last Thursday he was taken by ambulance to the Wilhelmina Children’s Hospital and is in intensive care there. Until yesterday he was on a ventilator and sleeping. It’s very sad and exhausting to see your little man so sick. Because he kept so much fluid, he didn’t look like himself. Really. Also, seeing the ventilator and the tubes and all the leaks is very visual.”

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At first Ferry and Noel had to “split” between their two sons, who were in different hospitals. There is also their 2-year-old daughter Vida at home. “For us it was just surviving the stress and fatigue. Fortunately, we have a lot of help and support from family and friends. And all the cards, flowers and gifts are so sweet! Today I turned 30 and my best gift is that Emery is making progress and can go back to the nearby hospital today! Here he will continue to get sick, gain strength and learn to drink from the bottle again.”

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Noelle is proud of her “little fighters”. “I hope Emery comes home with us soon. We are so grateful for the speedy work and outstanding care at both hospitals. It would not have happened without them.” Noelle gave birth to twins prematurely on May 17. The boys were doing well at the time, but had to stay in the hospital until the beginning of June.