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Believe it or not, many women get all the way to the moment of childbirth without knowing they were pregnant. How is that possible? Using true stories as a guide, this series examines some of the reasons, which include a small or inactive fetus, dieting, irregular periods caused by stress, past infertility and poor use of birth control.

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A flight attendant has mysterious pains in her stomach; she is stunned to learn she is in labor.
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A pregnant woman suffers strokes and a heart attack.
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A teacher's aide fails to recognize the signs of pregnancy; a 40-year-old is shocked to learn that she is pregnant.
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A teenager believes that she is unable to bear children after having an aggressive chemotherapy treatment; a nursing student learns she is pregnant after an emergency appendectomy.
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A young mother with a reputation for being a hypochondriac shocks her family when she goes into labor; a couple learns that they are having a baby while at a dinner party.
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Melissa is rushed to the hospital thinking she might be having a miscarriage; she gives birth to an unexpected baby in the backseat.
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A new mother struggles to lose her baby weight; a mother gets a surprise after having her tubes tied.
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A woman experiences severe abdominal cramps while on a boat in the middle of the open water.
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A woman misses her period but a home pregnancy test is negative, so she thinks it must be the stress of her upcoming wedding until a few months later when she is shocked to find herself delivering a baby girl while on the toilet.
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A 19-year-old discovers she is pregnant in the middle of the night.
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Tiffany thinks the abdominal pain she is having is from a rupturing cyst, but it's actually a child she didn't know she was carrying.
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A woman with a broken pelvis suddenly discovers she is pregnant, and both mother and child are in danger.
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A 20-year old woman suffers abdominal pain while at work; while waiting it out she realizes she is delivering a baby.
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A newlywed couple is moving cross-country when the young wife, not knowing she is pregnant, discovers she is in labor.
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Dana is having debilitating stomach pains at work; the paramedics arrive just in time to deliver a baby.
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A mother mistakes labor pains for kidney stones; after losing weight, a woman discovers she is pregnant.
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After staying home from class, Katlyn makes a trip to the bathroom, which brings her to her knees in pain, and she realizes that she is in labor.
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A woman unknowingly conceives just two months after giving birth, suffers horrible cramps one night and delivers a baby girl into her own hands, never aware she was pregnant.
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An unknowing mother goes into labor in her bathroom; a woman's water breaks years after being told that she is unable to get pregnant.
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After failing two pregnancy tests, a woman is shocked to learn the truth about her symptoms; a woman gets a surprise after having gastric bypass surgery.
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Jenna is rushed to the hospital to find out she is in labor and at a hospital that hasn't delivered a baby in 15 years.

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