Burta ei începuse să se umfle la 3 luni după ce pierduse copilul, ce au descoperit medicii înăuntru e halucinant

Burta ei începuse să se umfle la 3 luni după ce pierduse copilul, ce au descoperit medicii înăuntru e halucinant

Sadie Brittle și soțul ei, Gary, au fost devastați atunci când și-au pierdut copilul datorită unei sarcini extrauterine, copilul de dezvoltase în tuburile falopiene ale mămicii până când acestea s-au rupt iar sarcina nu a mai putut fi salvată.

Brittle și-a luat atunci liber de la serviciu și a plecat într-o vacanță de 3 luni după acest eveniment înfricoșător. Totuși, a observat că stomacul ei continuă să se mărească. A mers la doctor iar acesta i-a spus că încă este însărcinată.

Se pare că ea nu fusese însărcinată cu un singur copil, pierduse pe unul dintre gemeni, dar celălalt supraviețuise în uter. Câteva luni mai târziu, femeia a dat naștere noului membru al familiei: Teddie!

Sarcina a fost ascunsă de sângerarea pe care pierderea primului copil a provocat-o.

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Sadie and Teddie soon after giving birth) - A mum who had an ectopic pregnancy is delighted after giving birth to a SECRET baby. Sadie Brittle, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, was devastated when doctors told her she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after eight weeks - where the foetus had begun growing inside her falloian tube. Little did she know, the baby was a TWIN and another baby was growing safely inside the womb. Hairdresser Sadie gave birth to little Teddie Brittle last Thursday (September 27) after discovering her ectopic pregnancy was actually heterotopic. A heterotopic pregnancy - which only affects every one in 30,000 pregnancies - is where one foetus grows inside the womb and another grows outside. But the second baby wasnt picked up on any scans until she was five months pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC FROM CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Teddie soon after being born) - A mum who had an ectopic pregnancy is delighted after giving birth to a SECRET baby. Sadie Brittle, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, was devastated when doctors told her she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after eight weeks - where the foetus had begun growing inside her falloian tube. Little did she know, the baby was a TWIN and another baby was growing safely inside the womb. Hairdresser Sadie gave birth to little Teddie Brittle last Thursday (September 27) after discovering her ectopic pregnancy was actually heterotopic. A heterotopic pregnancy - which only affects every one in 30,000 pregnancies - is where one foetus grows inside the womb and another grows outside. But the second baby wasnt picked up on any scans until she was five months pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY MIKEY JONES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Happy Teddie) - A mum who had an ectopic pregnancy is delighted after giving birth to a SECRET baby. Sadie Brittle, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, was devastated when doctors told her she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after eight weeks - where the foetus had begun growing inside her falloian tube. Little did she know, the baby was a TWIN and another baby was growing safely inside the womb. Hairdresser Sadie gave birth to little Teddie Brittle last Thursday (September 27) after discovering her ectopic pregnancy was actually heterotopic. A heterotopic pregnancy - which only affects every one in 30,000 pregnancies - is where one foetus grows inside the womb and another grows outside. But the second baby wasnt picked up on any scans until she was five months pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY.

PIC BY MIKEY JONES/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Sadie with Teddie) - A mum who had an ectopic pregnancy is delighted after giving birth to a SECRET baby. Sadie Brittle, from Tamworth, Staffordshire, was devastated when doctors told her she had suffered an ectopic pregnancy after eight weeks - where the foetus had begun growing inside her falloian tube. Little did she know, the baby was a TWIN and another baby was growing safely inside the womb. Hairdresser Sadie gave birth to little Teddie Brittle last Thursday (September 27) after discovering her ectopic pregnancy was actually heterotopic. A heterotopic pregnancy - which only affects every one in 30,000 pregnancies - is where one foetus grows inside the womb and another grows outside. But the second baby wasnt picked up on any scans until she was five months pregnant. SEE CATERS COPY.
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