Woman shares unusual story about how she got pregnant as a virgin

Woman shares unusual story about how she got pregnant as a virgin

- A woman has narrated the unusual story of how she got pregnant as a virgin

- The woman revealed that she got pregnant at the age of 23 after she 'made out' with her boyfriend

- Wathoni Anyansi noted that her parents were very supportive when they found out she was pregnant

A young woman has narrated the story of how she got pregnant as a virgin. The young woman identified as Wathoni Anyansi narrated her story during an interview with YouTuber, LoloTalks.

The interview which aired on Saturday, 6 April, went into details about how the pregnancy came about and the possibility of it happening to anyone.

Anyansi, who is now a mother of a healthy boy, revealed that she had got pregnant as a virgin at 23 years old. She explained that she was shocked when she found out five months into her pregnancy.

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Woman shares her unusual story, says she got pregnant as a virgin Source: LoloTalks

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According to her, the baby was not showing and she was losing weight, she explained that she had no sign of knowing that she had been pregnant, except from the fact that she was not menstruating.

The woman revealed that she had dismissed the menstruation because she was sure it could not be a pregnancy when she never had any sexual intercourse.

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Anyansi explained all she did with the man she was dating at the time was make out. She, however, stated that on the day her baby was conceived they were both naked and her boyfriend had 'released'.

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The interviewer, Lolo Cynthia, also invited a medical doctor simply identified as Doctor Shade who confirmed that it is possible for a virgin to get pregnant.

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za had earlier published eight interesting pregnancy myths believed in Nigeria. These myths talk about pregnancy traditions in Nigeria, how pregnant women are treated at home and the strange things people believe about pregnancy.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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