Every woman knows when they are pregnant, she just didn’t want anyone to know about it. After a few months your body does change and you will notice the difference. I had my menstrual for four months, lightly though and I didn’t gain weight, but during the fifth month I felt movement inside and trust me, you do feel the baby moving especially when you are near your 6th or 7th month of pregnancy. The only way you don’t feel the baby moving, means that the baby could be dead. So enough with all this nonsense of not knowing you were pregnant when you delivered during your 40th week of pregnancy.
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- Kate Black Every woman knows when they are pregn...
To suggest to someone they would hide a pregancy, risk harm to their unborn child & themselves for the sake of what?? So no one would know?? Do you really think someone would be that self absorbed? I commented politely because although it is very rare & due to mitigating circumstances, full term or partial term pregnancies where the woman is unaware DO happen. Although women in circumstances like mine don’t have to defend ourselves against the likes of you, I do because you’re wrong & incredibly ignorant….especially to call someone you don’t even know a liar, or dismiss them as talking nonsense or not wanting someone to know because you don’t believe something is possible. I would love to have enjoyed the experience of being pregnant & had the time to plan & purchase things ahead of time, which would have been great opposed to my husband having to go out last minute & get everything on our credit card, not to mention ensure my baby had all the appropriate prenatal care - there’s no fucking way I would be so selfish or crazy as to hide a pregnancy & put my child in danger like that. It would have been nice to have my own mother nearby, not halfway across the country as a month before my delivery she went to visit family out of town. And I suggest you talk to some Ob/Gyns for clarification, or again maybe educate yourself by reading that text I mentioned earlier…of course that would take work on your part & an open mind, so I realize it’s not likely. There are reasons why you don’t feel movement from the baby other than it possibly being dead, in my case as I stated, my pelvic bone which is shaped wrong, rectangular not heart shaped as most women have, did not allow enough room for movement or full dilation, it was a c-section, and she was transverse breech. I think I’ll take the word of the experts & specialists @ my local hospital who have are in the medical field & have their degrees as opposed to someone like yourself whos’ talking out their ass.