2. Bloated, held out, prolonged.
I'd also like to say something to all the men out there who think that getting a girl pregnant is a death sentence!
Being pregnant is a wonderful and painful experience that you'll never have, so just shut the hell up about your selfish views. Women don't trap men by getting pregnant. It's not their choice!
Katy: Oh no! Have you and your man had unprotected sex recently?
Jenny: Yeah, a month and a half ago.
Katy: Oh my god, Jenny, you have got to be pregnant.
2. After making his abrupt statement, Jake hung his head wearily. Neither of the boys spoke, and a pregnant silence filled the small room.
Contrary to popular (male) belief, pregnancy is not the woman's fault, it takes 2 to tango if you know what I mean...
Women also do not get pregnant to 'trap' a man. Because if he was indeed worth holding onto, she would not need to get pregnant to keep him, nor would a rubbish guy stick around if he got a woman pregnant either. (See scum or coward)
Pregnancy is the aprox 40 weeks of gestation in which it takes a human being to develop and grow inside his or her mothers body before birth.
It is in 3 stages (known as trimesters)
Pregnancy is divided into three stages called trimesters, each of which lasts three months. The first trimester covers the first 12 weeks of your pregnancy. This stage is often the worst with morning sickness and fatigue as common symptoms.
The baby grows inside the uterus, gaining it's nutrition from the placenta and kept safe and protected by the amniotic sack.
The woman's body goes through serious changes both physical and mental.
The mental changes include, hormonal, she may feel depressed,anxious,happy and angry, her mood changes often, she is not going mad, she is just pregnant!
the physical changes include: her tummy growing (obviously)
her breasts growing and producing milk ready for the babies arrival, usually in later stages of pregnancy she may leak milk.
Her nipples will also s...
boy: oh god (then shits his pants)
Childbirth usually occurs about 38 weeks from fertilization, i.e., approximately 40 weeks from the start of the last menstruation. Thus, pregnancy lasts about nine months, although the exact definition of the English word “pregnancy” is a subject of controversy.
One scientific term for the state of pregnancy is gravid, and a pregnant female is sometimes referred to as a gravida. Both words are rarely used in common speech. The term embryo is used to describe the developing human during the initial weeks, and the term fetus is used from about two months of development until birth. A woman who is pregnant for the first time is known medically as a primigravida or "gravida 1", while a woman who has never been pregnant is known as "gravida 0". Similarly, the terms "para 0", "para 1" and so on are used for the number of times a woman has given birth. If a woman has never given birth, she is referred to as nulliparous.1
In many societies' medical and legal definitions, human pregnancy is somewhat arbitrarily divided into three trimester periods, as a mea...
Man: What is it?
Woman: I'm pregnant.
Man: *totally speechless and pretty confused*
Man: ... I'm going to be now a... dad?
Men might be scared of the situation or in a shock at first though they actually could have wanted to have a child.