Woman Has Bad Cramps On 1st Day Of Work Unaware Of The Truth That Leaves Her Completely Numb
Kristin Danley 5/31/2018
Klara Dollan had the world at her fingertips. She was young, vibrant, healthy and ready to start her exciting new job as a sales executive.
Unfortunately, she began experiencing menstrual cramps that she attributed to a painful period on her first day on the job, but she was not about to let that get her down. She dressed in a sharp suit and mentally prepared herself for the day, not knowing that her world was about to be turned upside down.
The 22-year-old endured the 40-minute commute to her new job at a direct marketing firm with noticeable cramping, attended a two-hour meeting and pasted a smile on her face as her pain rapidly intensified.
But after her meeting, she had to excuse herself because she was in so much pain. She returned home to try and cope as best she could with her excruciating painful period, but realized she had left her keys on the kitchen table and couldn't get in no matter how hard she tried.
So Klara had to phone a locksmith for help, but had a two-hour wait. Meanwhile, she waited on the front stoop but the pain was so intense that she'd have to grab a hold of the porch railing.
Finally she was let into her flat, changed clothes, but couldn't settle down. The pain was just too much to bear, so she kept pacing.
"The only place I felt comfortable was sitting on the toilet. The pain suddenly became so bad I said to myself: 'I don't care, I'm going to have to scream.'"
Her neighbor barged in to check on the poor Klara after she heard the blood-curdling screams. Klara had to drag herself from the bathroom to the door, covered in blood and confused about what was happening to her.
She begged her neighbor to call an ambulance and suddenly she felt an intense urge to bear down. Within seconds, a baby's head emerged!
"I was screaming: 'It's a baby, oh my God! It's a baby.'"
It took mere minutes for the baby girl to be delivered to a completely stunned and shocked Klara. Instinctively, Klara wrapped her bundle of joy and surprise up in a towel.
"I couldn't believe I had a baby in my hands."
Klara had never experienced morning sickness and back pain. Nor did she ever show physically that she was pregnant.
Called a cryptic pregnancy, Klara realized she then had to break the news to her mom who was at work. She began crying while speaking to her, followed by complete silence on the other end of the line.
Klara told Daily Mail:
"Then she said, 'How is that possible? I saw you this morning and you weren't pregnant.'"
Klara stands six feet tall and had gained less than 28 pounds during the unsuspected pregnancy and only increased one jean size. Five months before she gave birth, Klara and her longtime boyfriend had separated, so she attributed the weight gain to stress eating.
The only interesting sign she noticed was a month before giving birth the top portion of her stomach felt hard to the touch.