Upon arriving at the house of her boyfriend's parents that morning, Macpherson experienced severe stomach pains, which she initially thought to be appendicitis.

Credit: Courtesy of Carla-Jade Macpherson/Facebook



The woman, who was told she couldn't conceive, did not discover she was pregnant until she gave birth on the bathroom floor after a night at a club.

Endometriosis caused Carla Macpherson, 22, from Swansea, Wales, to reject the possibility of having children. But after drinking and dancing that night at the club, she suddenly felt stomach pains, which led her to realize that she was pregnant.

During her teenage years, Macpherson, a customer service manager, was told she wouldn't get pregnant. Neither she nor her boyfriend, 24-year-old Jaiden Mathias, encountered any issues about it.


Credit: Courtesy of Carla-Jade Macpherson/Facebook


When Macpherson went out with friends in May 2019, she dressed in a black bodysuit and skinny jeans. During that moment, all she wanted to do was enjoy herself.

"That night, my friend bought us all vodka shots, then I drank eight vodkas and orange," Macpherson remembered. "We danced the night away and had the time of our lives."

Upon arriving at the house of her boyfriend's parents that morning, Macpherson experienced severe stomach pains, which she initially thought to be appendicitis. That's when she took painkillers.


Credit: Courtesy of Carla-Jade Macpherson/Facebook

Then Macpherson attempted to fall asleep. Her pain woke her up and she went to the bathroom. Five minutes later, Macpherson saw blood on the toilet bowl.

A heavy sensation then came over Macpherson's thighs before she saw the baby's head. She yelled for Mathias, who hurried to get his mother.

Then, Macpherson realized she was in labor and braced herself against the wall. Within moments of Mathias entering the bathroom, he flung himself down to catch the infant.


Credit: Courtesy of Carla-Jade Macpherson/Facebook

Macpherson gave birth to a boy weighing 8 pounds 5 ounces. In an instant, Mathias's mother arrived and contacted an ambulance.

A doctor at Singleton Hospital cleared the baby after he was taken there. According to a doctor, Macpherson was experiencing a very rare occurrence. Taking hold of his tiny hand, Macpherson said her heart melted.







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