Esther Hope was in terrible pain for months. Abdominal cramps, back pain, heartburn, and more symptoms followed her everywhere she went. And even worse, the pain wasn't going away.
She had gone to the doctor and even had an ultrasound, which led to diagnosis of an inflamed liver. Medical professionals suggested that her diet was to blame and that she should take laxatives for constipation.
But in November 2015, when the pain became too much to bear, she went on public transportation to get to the hospital. She was left alone for only seconds when she began to feel a push coming from the "wrong place."
Hope said, "I looked down and saw a head and almost fainted."
Surely it's easy for medical professionals to tell the difference between constipation and labour pains?Posted by Yahoo UK & Ireland on Wednesday, February 24, 2016
Surely it's easy for medical professionals to tell the difference between constipation and labour pains?
Her beautiful daughter Lily Hope-Moore was born right there on that trolley. It was an absolute shock at the time. But months later, she said it turned out to be the best surprise ever.
Hope said, "When I did eventually hold her, I realised she was the most beautiful thing in the world, and I was so lucky to have her."
Woman told she was constipated delivered baby on a hospital trolley https://t.co/9gbj1edfba via @MailOnline— Peire Allessandro (@DukeOfRomford) February 24, 2016
Woman told she was constipated delivered baby on a hospital trolley https://t.co/9gbj1edfba via @MailOnline
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Pennsylvania mom-to-be Carissa Gill shared this extraordinary moment of her twins kissing in the womb with the world, saying, "Pregnancy is a beautiful thing to capture, especially when you get to see moments like this." via Facebook
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