A woman and her husband were devastated when they found out that they had a miscarriage with their first child. But somehow, there was a surprising turn of events that led to this bizarre story.
When Meredith was into her sixth week of pregnancy with her first child with fiance Brandon, doctors delivered to her the heartbreaking news that she had miscarried. As expected, the couple was truly distraught.
Seven months after she received the news, Meredith started to feel some pain in her stomach described to be severe and sudden cramps. Brandon never left his wife’s side as she screamed in agony. What came next was something very unexpected – Meredith had given birth to a child on the floor.
What’s shocking is that the whole time, Meredith didn’t know that she was still carrying another life inside of her. She didn’t expect it since, after all, she was told she had a miscarriage. What’s stranger than what already happened was that her water didn’t break and apparently, there wasn’t just something that indicated that she was pregnant.
There’s one big problem about this strange phenomenon, though – the baby was delivered while still inside the amniotic sac, complete with umbilical cord and placenta. This would spell danger to the newborn because it would mean that the oxygen supply would be cut off. Brandon already contacted 911 but only less than a minute, the amniotic sac burst on its own.
Watch the video below to check out this bizarre pregnancy story.
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Weird Underground Bubbles Are All Over This Island In Siberia
Scientists on Belyy Island, Siberia, are trying to find out why there are parts of the ground that seem to be bubbling up.
The Siberian Times recently released a video that shows some strange things in Siberia's Belyy Island. The video features Russian scientists Alexander Sokolov and Dorothee Ehrich exploring the island. However, they stop when they encounter a patch of grass that seems to be protruding from the ground.
When Sokolov and Ehrich are shocked when they step on the patch of grass. The ground underneath it seems to be moving. Its effect is described as "like a trampoline." In the video, Sokolov is shown repeatedly stepping on the spot. It appears to be bouncing back from the force of his foot.
At first, the bouncy patch shocked the Russian scientists.
Girl With a Snake Phobia Agrees to a Snake Massage with Burmese Pythons
If you were afraid of snakes, would you dare to be massaged by 4 18-foot Burmese pythons? That’s what one brave girl from the Philippines did!
Fear is the mind's natural reaction to potential threats. People fear heights because falling could kill them. They fear lightning because it's not exactly pleasant to get struck. They fear wild animals because being mauled by a bear or attacked by a shark would most likely leave them dead (unless they're Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant).
One way to conquer fear, according to many therapists, is to face it head-on. Which is exactly what this young 19 year-old girl from the Philippines did.
Sunshine has always been afraid of snakes.
17 Shocking Ways You Could Actually Get Pregnant
Is avoiding pregnancy as easy as using condoms and going on the pill? A doctor at Yale University says not!
Ah, the gift of life. With so many sexually active and fertile individuals on the planet, you'd think that most of them would be well aware of what it takes to create a baby. Yes, almost all of them are aware that when the sperm cell meets the egg cell, a baby can be formed. But unfortunately, there are a lot more ways for those two cells to meet than most people know.
Just so you know, this info comes from Dr. Mary Jane Minkin, who is a reproductive health professor from Yale School of Medicine.