Amy Furber, 19 was wrongly treated for a cyst on her ovaries after she began losing weight and suffering sharp stomach pains.It was after several months of test that she found out that she was heavily pregnant.And just after 9 days of discovery she gave birth to a beautiful baby boy David.
Miss Furber said: 'I just couldn't believe it when they told me I was pregnant. I was totally surprised but I'm really happy.'
Stomach pains and feeling of tiredness and fatigue were at first reported in March and then the blood tests revealed a cyst on her ovaries and she was sent away with antibiotics - which women are warned not to take during pregnancy.There wasn't any kind of bump during her pregnancy..infact she started losing weight and it never crossed her mind that she might be expecting.
The teenager belongs to East Huntspill, Somerset.She even walked the two-and-a-half mile route of Somerset's Bridgwater Carnival last month - blissfully unaware she was heavily pregnant.But quite a days later she had splitting pain in her side and again blood tests were taken.The nurse
told her she did not have a cyst - but was pregnant.
She said: 'I just didn't know what to do. I broke down in tears and called my mum straight away.
'I then went for a scan two days later and mum told me to expect to see a small bean-sized shape.
'But instead there was a baby smiling back. I thought it was someone else's scan - but the nurse said that was the baby inside my stomach.
'They said the pain in my side was the baby's legs kicking me. I just could not believe it.'
Amy was given a due date of December 13 and spent a frantic days buying nappies, buggies and baby clothes.But she went into labour two weeks early.
Baby David was born at 7.45am on November 29 in Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton, after a 14 hour labour, weighing a healthy 7lbs.
The baby's father Stuart Turner, 21, is said to be delighted about the birth, however Amy will raise the child as a single mother with the support of her parents Dave, 53, and Amanda, 46.