Here is the link to the story of Lisa Pittman:
I will just post the story here since someone took out the link on my post I will not put the link back up but here is the story if you want to see the pictures of mom and daughter then just put H T T P : / / all together in front of the above link then you will see that I am not lieing.
A baby girl has survived and been delivered by emergency Caesarean after growing in her mother's abdomen.
Doctors at Lister Hospital in Stevenage only realized Millie-An Pittman was in the wrong place when her mother Lisa was admitted for a caesarian operation.
The 27-year-old, from Letchworth in Hertfordshire, had been told she would find it hard to have children.
Baby Millie-An, whose name is a play on the words "one in a million", was delivered weighing 8lb 7oz.
Despite repeated scans during pregnancy, Millie-An's position beneath her mother's stomach was never noticed.
Ms Pittman, who lost 12 pints of blood and needed emergency surgery after the birth, including a bowel operation, said it was only after surgery that the truth became clear.
"I only fully realized what had happened when I came round in intensive care. I had a lot to take in because I had a hysterectomy as well," she said.
"I didn't meet my daughter until three days after she was born because I was very poorly, but when I saw her I was just overwhelmed and I went into mummy mode."
I'm just happy to be alive and I'm in love with my daughter. I don't feel as though I've lost anything, I've just gained.
"She is my one in a million and that's why I called her Mille-An."
Consultant obstetrician and gynecologist Douglas Salvesen said Lisa's case was "incredibly rare".
"The odds against one going undetected, reaching full term and for the baby to be delivered and the mother to survive are literally huge," he said.
"In so many ways Millie-An is a very special baby indeed and it's great to hear that she and Lisa are doing so well."
PLEASE, if the doctors reccomend abortion or surgery, know that they are healthcare professionals who know what they are talking about.
Your daughter must look after her health.
May God bless you and your family,
Your sister in Christ, Gloria
P.S. Here is a link I found posted in another post on this fourm that better explains the risk and the birth of a baby and actually shows the pictures of the birth and that the baby is alive and well. If someone deletes the begining again just email me at yahoo and I will respond to you.
Basicly this post is saying that yes you can die from it but no matter how far along you are that you can die from the surgery.... Meaning that if she had the baby removed right now that she could bleed to death as well, so that if she carried it to term and delivered the baby with the help of a C-section then she could have the SAME effects of the surgery so either way unless the baby dies inside of her I would carry the baby to term since the same risk are involved in taking the fetus at ANY age... Meaning at 1 week pregnant or at 40 weeks pregnant the same risks are involved I hope I have helped you out with all the evidence that I have provided to better answer your question of if the baby can be born term.
God Bless you all.
ISN'T GOD GREAT? I KNOW HE IS!
She will do what is right for her and her situation.
Love your sister in Christ, Gloria
This is one of the drawbacks of a partial hysterectomy, there is a possibility of pregnancy.
The fetus attatched to a LIVER is pretty much not going to be viable, it would truly have absolutely no nourishment.
Abdominal pregnancies are different..
This is a case where her and her doctor should speak about options and her health.
K..it is possible for a fetus to develop outside the uterus and be viable. It obviously has to be watched. There have been recent cases..as stated above but also OLDER cases. This is what started the whole trend of MEN possibly having babies. A child was born to his mother approx 18 yrs ago...he was attached to her kidney...for same reasons..a tear in ther uterus and the Zygote implanted where it could.
Home pregnancy tests are at best ...a confirmation...
ANYBODY that believes they may be pregnant needs to see their OBGYN and ask for a pregnancy test...and THEN to have HCG quants done. This test messures how MUCH of the pregnancy hormone is in your body. AND that hormone should double almost weekly if not more as the pregnancy progresses. This will stop ANY question of wheather or not your body believes it is pregnant..no matter hysterectomy or not. IF YOUR DOCTOR REFUSES.....Go to a FREE clinic and have them do a pregnancy test. They dont have to know your background. IF YOUR STILL NOT SURE...call your insurance and clear pregnancy related testing through them and your DR has to comply.
where you pregnant
I am going through this now
my breasts increased in size and got brown line and all the other symptoms
I had scan and no womb after hysterectomy
I will be about 7 months now
they say all the organs are good but couldn't see in normal scan anything today
i can feel baby moving so know I am not crazy in head