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University student got the shock of her life when she went to the toilet but ended up having a BABY

A university student had the shock of her life when she went to the bathroom, but eventually had a baby.

Jess Davis – who turned 20 the day after her shock birth – had no idea she was pregnant and assumed her stomach ache was due to her period.

The Bristol history and politics student had no apparent pregnancy symptoms and no baby bumps.

Jess is now beginning to adjust to motherhood after she welcomed son, Freddie Oliver Davis, into the world on June 11, 2022 at 4:45 pm weighing 5lbs 5oz.

Jess Davis, 20, had the shock of her life when she went to the bathroom with what she thought were menstrual cramps, but ended up having a baby

Jess Davis, 20, had the shock of her life when she went to the bathroom with what she thought were menstrual cramps, but ended up having a baby

The new mum, who is currently in her second year at the University of Southampton, said: ‘My periods have always been irregular so I didn’t really notice it.

“I felt nauseous at times, but I had started taking a new prescription, so I attributed it to my new medication.

“When he was born it was the biggest shock of my life – at first I thought I was dreaming.

“I didn’t realize what had happened until I heard him cry. It suddenly occurred to me that I really need to grow up now.’

Bristol history and politics student had no apparent pregnancy symptoms and no baby bump (photo 12 days before birth)

Bristol history and politics student had no apparent pregnancy symptoms and no baby bump (photo 12 days before birth)

Jess is now beginning to adjust to motherhood after she welcomed son, Freddie Oliver Davis, into the world on June 11, 2022 at 4:45 pm weighing 5lbs 5oz

Jess is now beginning to adjust to motherhood after she welcomed son, Freddie Oliver Davis, into the world on June 11, 2022 at 4:45 pm weighing 5lbs 5oz

“It took me a while to get over the initial shock and adjust and bond with him, but now I’m over the moon.

“He’s the coolest baby ever. He’s known as the quiet baby on the ward.’

When Jess woke up in severe pain in June 2022, she assumed it was the start of her period and walked to her local Asda to buy a hot water bottle.

She said, “I could barely walk and couldn’t even lie on my bed when I got home.

The new mom said he's the 'coolest baby ever' and he's even known as the quiet baby on the hospital ward

The new mom said he’s the ‘coolest baby ever’ and he’s even known as the quiet baby on the hospital ward

She said it took a while to get over the initial shock and adjust but she is over the moon now and they have a beautiful bond

She said it took a while to get over the initial shock and adjust but she is over the moon now and they have a beautiful bond

“I was going to have a house party that night for my birthday the next day, so I took a shower and bath to make myself feel better, but the pain just kept getting worse and worse.”

Jess claims she suddenly felt an overwhelming need to go to the toilet, so sat down and started pushing.

“At no point did I think I was in labor — I just knew I had to push,” she explained.

‘At one point I felt tears, but I didn’t know what they were. I just knew I had to get it out.

“It was so surreal to hear him cry and realize what had really happened.”

Unsure of what to do, Jess, who was home alone, called best friend Liv King, 20, (pictured) who is the inspiration behind Freddie's middle name Oliver

Unsure of what to do, Jess, who was home alone, called best friend Liv King, 20, (pictured) who is the inspiration behind Freddie’s middle name Oliver

Unsure of what to do, Jess, who was home alone, called best friend Liv King, 20, who is the inspiration behind Freddie’s middle name Oliver.

Despite initially thinking that Jess was making up an elaborate excuse to get out of bed tonight, Liv was quick to advise her to call an ambulance after Jess sent a photo of her newborn son to prove it wasn’t a joke.

Jess was taken to Princess Anne Hospital in Southampton, where baby Freddie was rushed to be placed in an incubator.

The doctors predict that he arrived at 35 weeks, but despite his dramatic entrance into the world, both Freddie and Jess are recovering well.

The news of Freddie’s arrival was passed to Jess’ mother by Liv, who called her and asked, “Are you going to sit down?”

Fortunately, Jess’ mother was supportive and excited to become a grandmother.

Liv quickly advised Jess to call an ambulance after she sent a photo of the newborn and baby Freddie was rushed away to be placed in an incubator

Liv quickly advised Jess to call an ambulance after she sent a photo of the newborn and baby Freddie was rushed away to be placed in an incubator

Jess posted about the shocking experience on TikTok where the video has been viewed more than 6 million times

Jess posted about the shocking experience on TikTok where the video has been viewed more than 6 million times

Then the camera points to the newborn in an incubator, captioned

Then the camera points to the newborn in an incubator, captioned “Breaks on the toilet”

“My mom is the best person in the world, she’s been so supportive and she’s overjoyed to be a grandma!” said Jess.

“Being a mother is a huge life change, but it feels natural. The love I have for Freddie is hard to explain, but it is unbelievable. I just think about him all the time.

‘I’m transferring to a local university to continue my studies; I will be closer to home, which makes childcare easier.

“I look forward to watching him grow up and be there for him every step of the way.”

Jess posted about the shocking experience on TikTok where the video has been viewed more than 6 million times.

In the clip, she filmed herself sitting on a hospital bed with the caption “Thinking I need a big shit.”

Then the camera points to the newborn in an incubator, captioned “Belt on the toilet.”

Doctors predict he arrived at 35 weeks, but despite his dramatic entrance into the world, both Freddie and Jess are recovering well

Doctors predict he arrived at 35 weeks, but despite his dramatic entrance into the world, both Freddie and Jess are recovering well

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