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Make this an "Abnormal pregnancies" thread.
Posted 12/2/08
Someone should totally fuck that year old girl.
If the baby inside the girl is pregnant then it will be the worlds first double pregnancy and become one of the symbols of our advanced society.
Posted 12/2/08
Woah. I never thought it would be possible..
Posted 12/5/08
wow!!!!!!

thanks for the info!

i did not know that was possible!!!!!!!!!
Posted 12/5/08
This is indeed abnormal.
Okay, look at this.
http://www.malepregnancy.com/
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Posted 12/5/08
I first actually thought that you meant that it was through the most common way. And I actually remember reading a Black Jack manga about something like this
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Posted 12/5/08
ohk? eew
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Posted 12/5/08

ShroomInferno wrote:



This is a thread where you can share news, or interesting facts about pregnancies that are somewhat out of the "norm". And of course you can discuss the issues that are coming up with these pregnancies, etc.




This reminds me of a show I saw on Discovery Health the other day. It was called Pregnant for 46 Years. This woman went in to labor and there were complications. She was afraid to die in surgery, so instead of having the cecarian section, she just went home. Eventually the labor pains went away, and the woman believed a legend that the baby had gone to sleep, and one day it would wake up and come out. 46 years later, her labor pains returned and she went back to the hospital. They found the baby, still inside her, had become completely entombed in calcium. It's called a "stone baby". The baby was outside her womb, in her pelvis or something, so it was really hard to get it out without killing her. If she had had the c-section to remove the baby 46 years before, she would have died for sure.

^This is the stone baby... It's not too graphic or gross, but it's a little weird so I put it in a spoiler.
Posted 12/5/08

DreadDenimPirate wrote:
This reminds me of a show I saw on Discovery Health the other day. It was called Pregnant for 46 Years. This woman went in to labor and there were complications. She was afraid to die in surgery, so instead of having the cecarian section, she just went home. Eventually the labor pains went away, and the woman believed a legend that the baby had gone to sleep, and one day it would wake up and come out. 46 years later, her labor pains returned and she went back to the hospital. They found the baby, still inside her, had become completely entombed in calcium. It's called a "stone baby". The baby was outside her womb, in her pelvis or something, so it was really hard to get it out without killing her. If she had had the c-section to remove the baby 46 years before, she would have died for sure.

^This is the stone baby... It's not too graphic or gross, but it's a little weird so I put it in a spoiler.


wow, that's actually a first O_O never heard of that...interesting is that she didn't die from keeping the baby in her all that time, i mean, normally the baby would have rotted away, right?
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Posted 12/5/08
Interesting yet weird at the same time O_o
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Posted 12/5/08

ShroomInferno wrote:


DreadDenimPirate wrote:
This reminds me of a show I saw on Discovery Health the other day. It was called Pregnant for 46 Years. This woman went in to labor and there were complications. She was afraid to die in surgery, so instead of having the cecarian section, she just went home. Eventually the labor pains went away, and the woman believed a legend that the baby had gone to sleep, and one day it would wake up and come out. 46 years later, her labor pains returned and she went back to the hospital. They found the baby, still inside her, had become completely entombed in calcium. It's called a "stone baby". The baby was outside her womb, in her pelvis or something, so it was really hard to get it out without killing her. If she had had the c-section to remove the baby 46 years before, she would have died for sure.

^This is the stone baby... It's not too graphic or gross, but it's a little weird so I put it in a spoiler.


wow, that's actually a first O_O never heard of that...interesting is that she didn't die from keeping the baby in her all that time, i mean, normally the baby would have rotted away, right?


Exactly. Her body's natural defenses recognized the baby as a foreign object and quickly coated it with calcium to mummify it and protect her from infection. The human body is incredible!!
Posted 12/5/08

DreadDenimPirate wrote:
Exactly. Her body's natural defenses recognized the baby as a foreign object and quickly coated it with calcium to mummify it and protect her from infection. The human body is incredible!!


very true, indeed. but it's also frightening..somehow.

but this case is truly extraordinary, i wonder if there are more such cases. hm, *goes google for it*
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Posted 12/5/08

ShroomInferno wrote:


DreadDenimPirate wrote:
Exactly. Her body's natural defenses recognized the baby as a foreign object and quickly coated it with calcium to mummify it and protect her from infection. The human body is incredible!!


very true, indeed. but it's also frightening..somehow.

but this case is truly extraordinary, i wonder if there are more such cases. hm, *goes google for it*


On the show they showed a few other stone babies. There were a couple other cases. Also they had a side quest about a woman who had twins in her womb, but a 3rd baby outside floating around in her torso. It had grown inside the phalopian tube until it ruptured, then it's placenta attached to one of her internal organs. Somehow it actually survived, as did the mother and other two babies.
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Posted 12/5/08
Woah..
That's some crazy shit.. 0_O
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DreadDenimPirate wrote:
On the show they showed a few other stone babies. There were a couple other cases. Also they had a side quest about a woman who had twins in her womb, but a 3rd baby outside floating around in her torso. It had grown inside the phalopian tube until it ruptured, then it's placenta attached to one of her internal organs. Somehow it actually survived, as did the mother and other two babies.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy - actually very interesting, didn't know that it was possible for the embryo to get itself misplaced, and end up somewhere else, just not in the womb

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithopedion - stone baby...>.>

found the case you were talking about: http://www.mymultiplesclerosis.co.uk/misc/zahra-aboutalib.html
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=s1516-31802000000600008&script=sci_arttext - pretty graphic pics available in this article - another case of stone baby

actually, it's truly interesting.
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Posted 12/5/08

ShroomInferno wrote:


DreadDenimPirate wrote:
On the show they showed a few other stone babies. There were a couple other cases. Also they had a side quest about a woman who had twins in her womb, but a 3rd baby outside floating around in her torso. It had grown inside the phalopian tube until it ruptured, then it's placenta attached to one of her internal organs. Somehow it actually survived, as did the mother and other two babies.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectopic_pregnancy - actually very interesting, didn't know that it was possible for the embryo to get itself misplaced, and end up somewhere else, just not in the womb

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithopedion - stone baby...>.>

found the case you were talking about: http://www.mymultiplesclerosis.co.uk/misc/zahra-aboutalib.html
http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?pid=s1516-31802000000600008&script=sci_arttext - pretty graphic pics available in this article - another case of stone baby

actually, it's truly interesting.


Those are cool, thanks! The "lithopedion" (hehe science words) in the 4th link is creepy! ...I just realized I wrote "side quest" instead of "side story" ...what a dork I am...
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