Melissa Surgecoff of Massachusetts, US, started experiencing intense stomach cramps & pain on 8th March. The couple thought she may have been passing a kidney stone. Instead, she was giving birth to a baby.

Melissa felt something 'rushed out of her'. She said, "I look in the toilet & I still didn't know what it was. And I thought I basically lost an organ because I didn't know." Her 9-month term went unnoticed as she barely had a visible bump in her belly.

      

Woman thought she was passing a kidney stone in toilet - but she was having a baby

WHAT?

Melissa Surgecoff of Massachusetts, US, started experiencing intense stomach cramps & pain on 8th March. The couple thought she may have been passing a kidney stone. Instead, she was giving birth to a baby.

HOW?

At first, her partner Donnie Campbell thought she may have been passing a kidney stone and called 911 for help.

But it wasn't a kidney stone or a regular stomach cramp. Melissa said the only relief she would get was when she sat on the toilet seat. After a while, she couldn't sit still anymore and started screaming out loud in pain.

At that time, she felt something 'rushed out of her'. "I look in the toilet and I still didn't know what it was. And I thought I basically lost an organ because I didn't know," she said.

Melissa was pregnant and she had given birth to her baby on the toilet.

Melissa was in a state of shock because she had absolutely no clue that she was pregnant. Her nine-month term went unnoticed as she barely had a visible bump in her belly.

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