Taylor Swift Fan Unknowingly Goes into Labor at Concert, Gives Birth After Severe Pain
Healthy Brazilian mother in her 20s and daughter
Unexpectedly diagnosed with a 100% chance of being 40 weeks pregnant through ultrasound, despite no prior signs of pregnancy
A Brazilian woman in her 20s who unknowingly attended a Taylor Swift concert while pregnant. Severe pain rushed her to the hospital, where she later gave birth to a daughter.
The woman, named Maria Eduarda, arrived early at the venue in Rio de Janeiro on the 19th for Taylor Swift’s concert but went to the bathroom after experiencing severe abdominal pain.
After realizing her water had broken in the restroom, Eduarda called an ambulance with the help of a friend. Then, the medical team at the hospital told her that she needed to give birth immediately.
Lack of Prior Pregnancy Signs
Maria Eduarda’s Active Lifestyle Before Birth
Eduarda told G1 that the ultrasound results, indicating a 100% likelihood of her being 40 weeks pregnant, shocked her, especially since she had shown no signs of pregnancy. She also mentioned that she was completely unprepared for the news, even though she had been doing barbell exercises at the gym until then.
She then shared a photo she took last month with G1. The picture on the G1 website, appearing to be taken before and after her workout, is blurry. So, it makes it hard to judge her as a full-term pregnant woman.
Eduarda added, “I always had a severe stomachache, so I just thought it was that, and there were no changes in my menstrual cycle,” and “I’ve heard stories of people giving birth suddenly like this, but I never imagined it would happen to me.”
According to the hospital, G1 reported that the mother and child are currently in good health.
Eduarda, who introduced her daughter’s name as Maria Flor, despite suggestions from those around her to name her “Taylor,” said, “I hope to be able to go to a Swift concert with my daughter in the future.”
Meanwhile, at Swift’s concert in Rio de Janeiro, a fan died in the heatwave on the 17th. The police are investigating the local concert organizer’s potential negligence.