I hope you guys don't think I'm pulling your leg here. My mom told me the craziest story. Mom got a call from a woman that she's helped with some genealogical work.
This woman's daughter was having lots of medical problems for some months. The doctors had checked her for pregnancy and the results came back positive and then negative. They ran a series of tests but couldn't figure out what was going on. They determined she needed invasive surgery. She had also had vaginal bleeding for quite some time.
Well, she goes in to have the surgery and the doctor said "Get the OB/GYN up here, this woman is giving birth". It turned out she was pregnant, 38 weeks along and gave birth to a healthy 6 pound baby girl. They are all pleased as punch about their surprise baby.
After the baby was born they discovered the woman had "3 sacks" (excuse my lack of medical terminology, not sure if this would be placentas) One sack had the baby, the other two just had fluids in them.
Isn't this wild? I've heard similar stories but always thought "how would you not know you were pregnant?"
I'm assuming this woman was probably carrying some extra weight so maybe the physical changes weren't as obvious. She did know that she had medical problems but just trusted in the doctor to get the right treatment. I'd be more skeptical if she was just driving down the road one day and all of a sudden a baby came out or something like that.
Anyone else have a story like this from a legitimate source?