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A 46-year-old woman who gave up on the fertility rate, after 16 years of trying to get pregnant and was shocked when she went to a clinic for nausea and vomiting, only to discover that she was about seven months pregnant. A few hours later, Monica and Thompson, who were under the impression that she was going through menopause, and went to work.
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“I thought I was starting menopause because I was having a bit of trouble with urinary incontinence,” mr. Thompson, of Las Vegas, told SWNS. “At least, I thought it was, but in fact, it is the fluid that was leaking out. They did some blood work and they came back and told me that I was pregnant. I was shocked and in disbelief,” she said. “I thought,” I could not have a baby.”
Thompson said that she had lost 20 pounds in the months leading up to her shock pregnancy and childbirth as part of a new diet and exercise routine.
However, the impact on Thompson and her fiance, Jason Ratliff, doesn’t end there, as she began to bleed and was rushed to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas, where she was told she had a 5-centimeter dilated and in active labor. Thompson, who said that they have started a new diet and fitness routine, and it had dropped 20 pounds in the run up to her, the shock of the diagnosis, gave birth on Oct. 7, via an emergency C-section son, Jayden, who weighed in at 3 pounds, 9 ounces.
The day after I got him, I had to call my boss and tell him that I was a baby, and he couldn’t believe it. He was like, ” What does it matter.’ “
— Monica Thompson
Jayden was rushed to the NICU and after his surprise at the birth, and mr. Thompson was not in a position to hold him for up to a week after he was born, and the call of the moment “surreal.” The boy is now 9 months old and his milestones.
Jayden was born weighing 3 pounds, 9 ounces, and was estimated to be at 30 weeks into the pregnancy.
“I thought, ‘Wow, I’m a mother,” she told SWNS. “It’s worked out pretty well. I felt so full.”
Thompson, whose first husband died in 2016, said that when she turned 40, she was content with the dog’s mother,” and that they had a lighter menstrual cycles than normal, but it told me that it was urgent, clinic, doctor, there was no way she was pregnant when she arrived on Oct. 5.
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Thompson said that she had given up on having children after trying to conceive for 16 years, with her first husband.
She told SWNS and her fiance’s older brother had recently had a baby, so they gave them toys and clothes, and that her colleagues are smart they will try and talk plainly.
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“They were so supportive,” she told SWNS. “They couldn’t believe it when I was pregnant, it was a shock to everyone. The day after I got him, I had to call my boss and tell him that I was a baby, and he couldn’t believe it. He was like, ” What does it matter.’ It was so funny.”
Thompson said that her son Jayden, now 9-months-old, it felt surreal.
She said that she felt “robbed of my pregnancy, and she didn’t have much time to prepare or get out of line, and listening to his heart beat.