- Sal Guest was pregnant and did not know until she started having stomach ache - unknown to her that she was in labour
- Sal, who is now 24, was 22 when it happened in 2017 - she never knew she was pregnant because there was no bump and she was also seeing her periods
- The woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy despite the fact that she was an alcoholic when the baby was in her womb
A size six mum identified as Sal Guest did not know she was pregnant until she started complaining of stomach ache and gave birth 45 minutes after.
The 24-year-old woman is from Dudley, West Midlands. Sal said she was on birth control and was still seeing her periods when she was pregnant. She also did not have a bump when she was pregnant.
Mirror reports that Sal woke up with excruciating abdominal pains, with no idea she was in labour, and gave birth to her third child in her bedroom.
Legit.ng gathers that the shocking birth took place in 2017, and Sal's baby is now two-years-old whom she named Denny.
She said: "I'd been on the Pill, had a flat stomach, been drinking alcohol and had periods throughout.
"I just couldn't believe I'd carried a baby for nine months without knowing.
"Thank goodness he was healthy."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a couple in Wisconsin that has a set of triplets beat incredible odds by naturally conceiving another set of triplets and delivering the babies after 15 months of welcoming the first set.
The couple identified as Tyana Stanton and Jarrel Covington have a daughter named Kyhlee, who is their first child.
In other news, Finland's woman-led centre-left government said it would extend paternity leave to seven months to give new fathers the same amount of paid time off work as new mothers.
The disclosure was made on Wednesday, February 5, by the minister of health and social affairs, Aino-Kaisa Pekonen.
Pregnant women are also entitled to a month of pregnancy leave before the expected date of birth.
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