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I thought I had terrible period pains, but it was a baby

A YOUNG mum has revealed she had no idea she was pregnant until she was rushed to hospital and gave birth.

Kate, from the USA, was in college when she gave birth to her now one-year-old son Sebi.

Trolls claimed Kate should have known she was pregnant

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Trolls claimed Kate should have known she was pregnantPhoto credits: @kateschmittling/Tiktok

in one Tiktok video which has now gone viral with over 13 million, Kate explained how she had a cryptic pregnancy.

The 20-year-old explained that she was taken to the emergency room after suffering severe period cramps and thinking she was “dying”.

Little did she know she was in for the surprise of her life.

Upon being examined, Kate was shocked to find out she was pregnant and would give birth that day.

Kate claims she had no idea she was pregnant as she was still on birth control.

A cryptic pregnancy is when medical testing methods fail to detect pregnancy and common symptoms, such as vomiting, periods, and the appearance of a bump, do not occur.

Since sharing their experience online, many trolls have called Kate because she wasn’t aware she was pregnant.

One person wrote, “Are you really one of those guys who say they didn’t know they were pregnant you know… stop that shit.”

Kate replied: “Hey didn’t know you were my doctor.”

Another viewer wrote: “I will never understand how victims of a surprise pregnancy don’t know anything for nine months?”

A third viewer asked, “How do you know you’re nine months pregnant with no symptoms or a bump? I’ll never understand that?”

After receiving many judgmental comments about how she should have known she was pregnant, Kate wrote, “Kind of done answering questions for me because it’s very overwhelming right now!”

She urged people who didn’t believe her story to research cryptic pregnancies.

The young mum also posted a video showing her body during pregnancy and it’s clear to all that Kate didn’t look pregnant.

Many mothers have had similar experiences with cryptic pregnancies.

One mum wrote: “I went to the hospital thinking I had food poisoning. Food poisoning turns three this October.”

Another added: “I’m puking blood and thinking I’m dying when in fact I was 7 weeks pregnant.”

A third commented: “With my third child I didn’t know I was pregnant until I was about seven months old. I’ve been pregnant before, so I figured I’d know!”

What is a cryptic pregnancy?

According to Healthline, traditional medical testing methods do not tell when a person is pregnant in a cryptic pregnancy.

Also known as stealth pregnancy, cryptic pregnancies are considered rare and women who experience such a pregnancy tend not to exhibit typical pregnancy symptoms such as vomiting, fatigue, nausea, or abdominal swelling that resembles a lump.

Women can also have regular periods as fluctuating hormones can cause light bleeding that resembles menstruation.

Women can also have regular periods as fluctuating hormones can cause light bleeding that resembles menstruation.

Kate snapped this picture a month before giving birth, before she knew she was pregnant.

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Kate snapped this picture a month before giving birth, before she knew she was pregnant.Photo credits: @kateschmittling/Tiktok

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Dais Johnston

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