14-Year-Old Girl Who Didn’t Know About Pregnancy Until Labor Suggested That The Newborn Be Hidden Under The Bed. Otherwise, Her Dad Would Get Angry
April 16, 2019 12:16 By Mambee
Pregnancy is a wonderful period in a woman’s life. Her body and mind undergo solid changes, preparing for a baby. It’s hard to believe, but sometimes the exact opposite may happen.
There have been cases women find out about their pregnancy when the contractions start. Experts confirm some traditional symptoms, or even all of them, can be missed.
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This happened to a teenage girl from Moscow, who was just 14-year-old at the time she had a baby.
She woke up with stomach pain and nausea, and her mom called an ambulance, assuming it was just severe food poisoning. But the medics informed the family that the girl was in labor. Her mom clearly refused to believe it, just like the teen, who was shocked by the news.
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According to reports, the girl’s body didn’t change at all during pregnancy. On top of that, she had her regular periods.
The teen suggested they had to hide the newborn baby under the bed because her father would get angry. He had the right to be! However, the man was sleeping peacefully at home until his wife woke him with the words: “Get up, our youngest daughter has just delivered a baby!”
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The new grandparents were taken to the police station and questioned about the mysterious ordeal, but they had no idea their daughter had been pregnant this whole time. They did not intend to seek the father of the baby, considering that the girl didn’t have any boyfriend.
The granny decided to keep the baby girl and raise her as her third daughter.
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About 43% of teens aged 15 to 19 have had sex at least once, but are they aware of contraception?
Sex education is still a forbidden topic in many families. In order to avoid similar cases, it’s important to teach children how to have safe sex.
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Teen childbirth can result in health risks for the mother and the child, social issues, and financial troubles. In order to prevent teenage pregnancy, it’s recommended that parents:
- Encourage children not to have sex;
- Teach them methods of contraception;
- Encourage regular visits to the doctor.
However, what young mothers need is ultimate support, financial assistance and psychological therapy to help cope with their new role. Do not deprive them of that.
Having children is the biggest gift in life. It is essential to give them the happiest childhood. Here is one more powerful story to prove that.