United Kingdom: A female student went in utter shock when she went to the washroom before going out for a nightout but then gave birth to a baby. The female student, who turned 20 a day after her surprise delivery, stated that she had no idea that she was pregnant and thought that her stomach pain was due to her period.
As per the sources, Jess Davis is a politics and history student from Bristol. Presently, she is pursuing her second year at the University of Southampton.
The young woman did not have a baby bump and no apparent signs of pregnancy. She further disclosed that she always had an irregular menstrual cycle, due to which she did not notice that she hadn’t had one for some time.
She welcomed her baby boy on June 11 and is now getting used to the idea of motherhood. The baby was around 3kg when he was born. The new mother stated, “When the child was born, it was the major shock of my life – I thought I was dreaming at first”.
She added that she did not realise what had happened until she heard the boy crying.
Furthermore, the university student disclosed that she thought her period started when she woke up in unbearable pain in June 2022. She could barely walk and could not even lie on her bed.
She said, “I was supposed to be having a party that night for my birthday the next day, so I had a shower and a bath to try and make myself feel nice, but the discomfort just got worse and worse.”
The girl said that she sensed a sudden need to go to the toilet, so she sat down and began to push but at no point did she knows that she was giving birth. But then she heard cries, but she did not know what it was
“I just knew I ought to get it out. Hearing him cry and learning what had happened was just so surreal.”
Ms Davis panicked and did not know what to do, and then she called her best friend, Liv King.
Despite initially thinking that her friend was giving an elaborate reason to get out of the upcoming night out, Ms King instructed her to call an ambulance after Ms Davis sent a picture of her newborn child.
According to the sources, Ms Davis was then taken to Princess Anne Hospital, where the baby was taken to be put in an incubator.
The doctors think that the child was born at 35 weeks gestation. The mother and the son are now healing well, the doctors said.