By Kaitlin Stanford for TheBump.com
We've all caught wind of some crazy delivery stories at some point or another. You know how they go: Waters spontaneously breaking at work, babies being delivered in the backseats of cabs…that sort of thing. But then there are those other crazy birth stories -- the ones that come as a complete and total shock to everyone -- including the mom-to-be. You know, the I-didn't-know-I-was-pregnant-until-suddenly-there-was-a-baby-in-my-pants-type stories. Yep. Laugh all you want (hey, we just did), but according to a recent study, it's more common than you think.
We can probably bet what you're asking yourself right now: How could anyone coast through nine months of pregnancy without experiencing at least a few obvious symptoms? What about the morning sickness, the crazy mood swings, the embarrassing gas, and -- do we even need to mention -- that ever-growing bump beneath your shirt? According to researchers in Germany and Ireland (andRead More »from One in 600 women have no clue they're pregnant -- until delivery day. (Yes, really)