“I laughed and said there was no way” – Young woman told she’s pregnant even though she’s a virgin

“I laughed and said there was no way” – Young woman told she’s pregnant even though she’s a virgin

Mother reveals she fell pregnant at 20 while still a VIRGIN when she and her boyfriend found ‘other ways’ to be intimate because of rare condition that prevented her from having s*x

A woman who never had s*x has shared how she discovered she was pregnant – despite still being a virgin.

Nicole Moore, 28, from Portsmouth, Hampshire, suffered from vaginismus – a condition which causes the vaginal wall muscles to involuntarily constrict – and was never able to insert a tampon, have a pap smear or have s*x.

When Nicole met her boyfriend, they found they were unable to have sexual intercourse because it was too painful for her.

She explained: “We tried but it was impossible. I didn’t understand why it couldn’t happen.”

“But doctors told me I was fine, so I just believed for a while that there was something wrong with me.”

So when she got pregnant eight years ago, it was the shock of her life, after Nicole and her boyfriend found other ways of being intimate with each other without penetrative s*x.

She revealed nurses who didn’t know about her condition wouldn’t believe her when she said she had never had s*x, but after seeking a second opinion it was confirmed that while rare, it is possible to get pregnant without having penetrative intercourse if the sexual activity introduced fluids to the vaginal area.

With the help of physical therapy, she was able to finally lose her virginity and have penetrative s*x at five months pregnant.

Nicole explained that she and her partner found other ways to be intimate with each other without having penetrative sex.

While she never thought it was possible, this caused her to become pregnant – despite still being a virgin.

She said: ‘One day at work I started getting terrible heartburn and sore breasts.

‘My boss at the time, who was a close friend and knew about my situation, said she thought I could be pregnant.

Nicole said that it was difficult to get some medical professionals to believe her when she told them she had never had sex.

After a lifetime of struggling to understand her condition, Nicole was finally able to get some answers while pregnant and she was diagnosed with vaginismus when she was four months along.

After her diagnosis, Nicole was referred to a therapist who specialised in vaginismus and was able to teach her ways to help overcome the condition.

Thanks to the help of a therapist, the 20-year-old was able to give birth without complication.

“Tilly is definitely my little miracle. We’ve got the best life together and having her was the best thing I’ve ever done.”

I can’t even begin to imagine living with a condition like Nicole’s! Just think how many people would have never believed her.

With this help, she was able to finally lose her virginity and have penetrative sex at five months pregnant.

Share this article if you’re thankful for the little miracles we witness every day in God’s world!

Source:en.newsner.com, dailymail.co.uk

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