A pregnant woman had a shocking experience when her unborn baby kicked so hard that the child's leg poked out of her womb.
The doctors at the Peking University Shenzhen Hospital in southern China suspected it to be a case of uterine rupture.
The expectant Ms Zhang was rushed to hospital in critical condition after she complained of severe stomach pain that lasted for hours.
Ms Zhang claimed she underwent an operation to have a fibroid removed in 2016 and she fell pregnant six months after the operation, according to the statement.
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They made a decision to perform the emergency C-section, and the baby was delivered 10 minutes later.
Women who have had fibroid-removal operations should wait for one to two years until they plan for a baby, said Dr Zhong. Mother and the baby daughter were in stable condition, it was reported.
Uterine rupture in pregnancy is rare and very unsafe, according to Medscape. Medical professionals generally have only 10-37 minutes to deliver the baby after the rupture is diagnosed before the rate of morbidity becomes very high.
According to Dr Zhong, the mother's amniotic sac was also ruptured and the amniotic fluid had flown into her abdomen.
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The woman didn't show symptoms, and didn't know about the rupture until coming in for a routine ultrasound, according to Live Science.
But she told medics that she had surgery to remove tumours in the uterus shortly before falling pregnant - so doctors suspected she had a uterine rupture.
The Peking University Shenzhen Hospital, however, has declined to give more details of the operation as well as Ms Zhang's recovering progress due to "privacy issues".
The 33-year-old mother, who had previously had five C-sections, gave birth to a healthy boy via a caesarean section.
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