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(Osun Defender (Nigeria))   A four-year pregnancy is bad enough, but it's even worse when you go through the pain of labor just to deliver a stone   (osundefender.org) divider line 24
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2014-02-19 08:45:52 AM
Vesico vaginal fistula

Wait, what?
 
2014-02-19 08:50:23 AM
Soup from a stone? Fancy that.
 
2014-02-19 09:50:25 AM
The medical expert explained that women that had VVF were easily and normal to get forms in their placentas.

WTH does that mean?
 
2014-02-19 09:51:59 AM
lol, yolo.
 
2014-02-19 09:56:32 AM
how is stone formed
how girl get pragnent 4 year?

They need to do way instain mother> who pass thier stones. becuse these stones cant frigth back? it was on the news this mroing a mother in ar who had pass her three stones they are taking the three stone back to Yolde Pate too lady to rest my pary are with the father who lost his stones ; i am truley sorry for your lots
 
2014-02-19 09:57:50 AM
If there's an article about birthing a rock, I want to SEE THE DAMN ROCK pictured.
 
2014-02-19 09:58:36 AM
WTF did I just read??
 
2014-02-19 10:00:44 AM
coderz4life.files.wordpress.com
 
2014-02-19 10:02:59 AM
Is Yola the feminine form of the masculine Yolo?
 
2014-02-19 10:03:36 AM
Also gave birth to a stone:


img.fark.net
 
2014-02-19 10:04:52 AM
She named it Rocky...right?
 
2014-02-19 10:06:31 AM
LOL...

That is all.
 
2014-02-19 10:09:13 AM
There was an article last week about a 40 year old stone baby.  Not sure what worked so well about that thread that a 4 year old one was the next obvious strategy.  But here we are.  It was only 4 years old.  Somehow it makes my mind travel back in time to last week when we had a thread about a 40 year old stone baby.  But, we are talking about this 4 year old one.
 
2014-02-19 10:17:08 AM
At least they have something to put in their accomplishment box.
 
2014-02-19 10:25:16 AM
"The Osun Defender: The sixth most visited newspaper website in Nigeria"

Well, hell!  It's got to be true with journalistic credentials like that.  Those are laurels you can rest on!
 
2014-02-19 10:52:37 AM
Hurry! Hurry Haaaaaaaaaard!!!!
 
2014-02-19 11:29:58 AM
Anyone else profoundly disturbed that the 'expert opinion' described in the article is a) a Doctor, and b) thinks that the uterus is part of the urinary tract?!

/BF/Husband wasn't kidding when he said that he flat-out bricked in her.
//Isthisthingon?
 
2014-02-19 12:11:42 PM
A pet rock wasn't enough for her huh? Sheesh.
 
2014-02-19 12:21:32 PM
trappedspirit:

There was an article last week about a 40 year old stone baby.  Not sure what worked so well about that thread that a 4 year old one was the next obvious strategy.  But here we are.  It was only 4 years old.  Somehow it makes my mind travel back in time to last week when we had a thread about a 40 year old stone baby.  But, we are talking about this 4 year old one.

That's what I thought it would be about, a lithopedion. Some do look like stones: there's a photo in the Wikipedia article that I can post here because it looks like nothing but a stone.

upload.wikimedia.org

Image search if you want to see stone babies that look more like babies.

As to what the article said, I'm very confused. Maybe they were talking about a big bladder or urinary stone and the birth language was just metaphor? You know, like when you squeeze out a "log" it's not really wood?

As for the medical diagnosis given: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vesicovaginal_fistula

And hey, this is very confusing. I don't like being confused so much that I'd rather be hypnotized to make me smarter. Will somebody who can explain what TFA is about please do?
 
2014-02-19 01:52:30 PM
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2014-02-19 04:45:39 PM
Was that English?  Vesico vaginal fistula is a real thing.  I think a recto vaginal fistula would be worse.  Why do they need a hospital solely dedicated to this issue?  Maybe if they improved the conditions under which women give birth the VVF hospital wouldn't be necessary.  And what in the hell body part is a "yola"?
 
2014-02-19 05:03:19 PM
Clearly the work of a witch. Time to go albino hunting to get parts for the magic potion that will stop the evil spell!
 
2014-02-19 08:03:24 PM
Luminiferous Aether: Soup from a stone? Fancy that.

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2014-02-19 08:26:48 PM

The One True TheDavid: trappedspirit:

There was an article last week about a 40 year old stone baby.  Not sure what worked so well about that thread that a 4 year old one was the next obvious strategy.  But here we are.  It was only 4 years old.  Somehow it makes my mind travel back in time to last week when we had a thread about a 40 year old stone baby.  But, we are talking about this 4 year old one.

That's what I thought it would be about, a lithopedion. Some do look like stones: there's a photo in the Wikipedia article that I can post here because it looks like nothing but a stone.

[upload.wikimedia.org image 850x686]

Image search if you want to see stone babies that look more like babies.

As to what the article said, I'm very confused. Maybe they were talking about a big bladder or urinary stone and the birth language was just metaphor? You know, like when you squeeze out a "log" it's not really wood?

As for the medical diagnosis given: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vesicovaginal_fistula

And hey, this is very confusing. I don't like being confused so much that I'd rather be hypnotized to make me smarter. Will somebody who can explain what TFA is about please do?


That baby is breathtaking.
 
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