Woman Complains Of Abdominal Pains; Finds Dead Baby In Womb Which Was Inside For 15 Years

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Procrastination ought to be one of the seven deadly sins. It’s a habit that deserves to be promoted.

A lot of the times we keep things to the last minute. It’s only when small matters become issues that we find the will to complete a task.

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a chronic a procrastinator. I procrastinate every day. As a matter of fact, I just contemplated booking my next dental appointment.

What comforts me is that knowledge that there exists a mass of you who share this unfortunate characteristic with me.

However, as much as we pride ourselves for this bad habit of ours, I don’t think anyone can top our next story.

A 60-year-old woman from Sudan has discovered a 15-year-old dead baby inside of her following a series of abdominal pains.

The first thing that came to mind was this meme:

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Followed by this other meme:

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A Delivery 15 Years Too Late

Jokes aside, the whole thing looked excruciatingly painful.

According to World of Buzz, the following case was documented by a Twitter thread by user @Dizzy_zool.

Warning: Graphic images ahead, not for the faint-hearted.

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According to the thread, the woman was completely unaware that she had been carrying a dead child.

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The 60-year-old had complained of abdominal pains and swelling. She sought medical attention and was soon after informed that she was pregnant… With a dead child.

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Getting It Out

Because it was so massive, doctors doubted that the woman would even survive the procedure.

After further inspection, it was discovered that the baby was wrapped within a thick…non-cancerous layer of gunk.

That’s how you put, “No abnormal cell or carcinoma or fibrosis,” in layman terms.

For short, it posed no danger to the woman’s organs. You’re welcome.

The woman eventually underwent the procedure. It was then that doctors extracted the calcified body of a baby.

AHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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300 Cases of Phenomenon Over 400 Years of Medical History

The phenomenon is identified as lithopedion or ectopic calcified pregnancy. This happens when the body is unable to reabsorb the remnants of a dead foetus.

A gentle reminder to everybody out there, man or woman, to please… Please… I’m begging you… Please get yourselves checked out should you experience such discomfort. Seeking medical attention wouldn’t do you any harm!

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A visit to the doctor might even save you from a 15-year pregnancy. Take care, everyone!