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Wednesday, 7 March 2018

Shocking Story! Newcastle Lady Who Had Level Stomach And Regular Periods Gives Birth

Shocking Story! Newcastle Lady Who Had Level Stomach And Regular Periods Gives Birth
Charlotte Thomson-baby

A young teenage lady who had a level tummy was all the while getting her periods month to month was astonished to bring forth a sound infant 

An adolescent who had a level tummy was all the while getting her periods month to month was amazed to bring forth a solid child after she started encountering torments which she thought was period issues. Charlotte Thomson, now 21, from Newcastle, had no clue she was pregnant three years prior. She was all the while fitting into her size 8 garments and was having normal periods. 

The teenager was additionally drinking alchol frequently. One night, she woke with agonizing agony and was raced to the doctor's facility where specialists disclosed to her she was in the process of giving birth. After three hours, Charlotte brought forth girl Molly, now two. 

Charlotte, a nursery nurture, says: 

“My stomach was completely flat, and I’d been having regular periods so it was such a shock when I found out. I didn’t believe that I was actually pregnant until I gave birth.

“It was scary becoming a first-time mum with no warning. But I wouldn’t change Molly for the world, and I feel so lucky.”

In November 2015, Charlotte, at that point 19, was a commonplace high schooler who celebrated each end of the week and wore skin-tight dresses. That month, Charlotte saw she'd put on 3lbs and was more lethargic than expected. 

She says: 

“I thought it was from going out all the time. I still managed to get into my clothes so I just ignored it.”

But, a month later in December, Charlotte awoke in agony at 2.30am.

Charlotte continued: “I took some paracetamol and hoped that it would blow over. Instead, the pain just got worse and I was in agony. An hour later I felt like I was going to be sick so I ran to the toilet and saw that my underwear was full of blood.

“I had just finished my period so I was really scared. I knew something was seriously wrong and booked a taxi to the hospital.”

That night at Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care healing facility, Charlotte was admitted to a ward where medical caretakers analyzed her. As Charlotte was shouting in torment, a specialist revealed to her that they expected to talk to a birthing assistant. Charlotte was in complete mistrust, and she had no clue she was pregnant. Indeed, she told the specialist it must be an error as she'd had no past manifestations. However, after ten minutes, a birthing assistant played out a ultrasound on Charlotte's stomach and gave her the astonishing news that Charlotte would have been a mother. 

Charlotte clarified: 

“She revealed that I was nine months pregnant and I was in labour. I couldn’t believe it as my belly was completely flat. I panicked that I wasn’t prepared and hadn’t bought any baby clothes. I was so worried about what my parents would say when they found out that I was having a baby.”

At 4.30am, a nurse called Charlotte’s parents to reveal that Charlotte was pregnant.

Charlotte says:

“My parents thought that I was only a few weeks along and having a miscarriage. I burst into tears when they arrived, and told them I had no idea that I was pregnant. They were really supportive and excited about their first grandchild.”

Two hours later, Charlotte gave birth to Molly, now two, weighing 6lb 15oz.

“As soon as I held Molly, I loved her so much,” said Charlotte. “She was perfect and we had an instant bond.”

Surprisingly, doctors revealed that Molly was healthy despite mum Charlotte drinking throughout her pregnancy. They explained that she’d had no bump because Molly had been tucked up underneath her ribs.

Charlotte said:

“It’s crazy to think that I’d been carrying a baby all that time. Then Mum called my work to explain that I’d had a baby, they were gobsmacked as they’d seen me the day before with no baby bump at all.”

Since becoming a new mum, Charlotte hasn’t even struggled to lose any baby weight as she had none to begin with.

She said: “Luckily I’m still a size 8 and didn’t need to lose any baby weight.”

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