Here is a <SNIP> from the article:
How can any woman possibly miss the tell-tale signs that she is carrying a growing baby inside her?
Yet, according to studies, the phenomenon is not as rare as you might imagine.
In fact, statistics published last month show that one in 600 mums-to-be will be unaware they are pregnant until they give birth, or just before.
'It is something you come across very rarely as a midwife,' says Jen Mearns, midwifery manager of London's Birth Centre.
'There are a few very young women who are in self-denial about being pregnant. They might conceal their pregnancy from families and friends, and even pretend to themselves they aren't having a baby.
'But, difficult as it is for many people to imagine, situations where the woman truly has no idea she is having a baby really do happen. And often they occur in busy women, and particularly as they approach the menopause.'
Read more: How could any woman not know she was pregnant until she gave birth? A new study suggests it's more common than you think | Mail Online
But I am always willing to back my posts with links when asked unless of course I make it clear that I am posting an opinion.
Also I was not attacking the poster.
I will admit that I was questioning the stats since I read a lot of articles and never came across any articles that supported her stats. That doesn't mean they are not correct. If they are correct I was interested in reading the whole article so I could learn more.
Why are we debating this? It does not matter if it is "viable". There shouldn't be any limits or restrictions whatsoever. 9 days or 9 months, there's no difference.
Your argument is so weak that you're getting all heated up trying to find something to grasp onto, so now you're shouting about Benghazi, as if that has something to do with the abortion issue.