"I felt like I was unique having cancer and being pregnant, and a health issue is not something you want to be unique in," Zoe Plastiras told Newsweek.
Laura Mahon told Newsweek: "I couldn't believe what the doctor was telling me. I told him I can't have a brain tumor as I was only 29."
"Oh he knows, he's like we've got this mama," commented a user under the video with over 2 million views.
A man is in custody for killing a pregnant woman who was hiding from him at a fire station after making several domestic violence calls, the sheriff said.
"The poster overreacts by completely banning the mother-in-law, but his feelings are understandable," a clinical psychologist told Newsweek.
Viewers were touched by the viral clip, with one writing "I've never been so happy for complete strangers."
"I have not seen the pattern that pineapple or red raspberry leaf tea does anything to decrease the time of labor," an obstetrical nurse told Newsweek.
One furious person commented: "She has tried for a baby for years, and you couldn't give her a moment of earnest support and congratulations?"
"The fact is, the U.S. as a whole offers little support to pregnant and postpartum employees," labor nurse Sarah told Newsweek.
A Florida man fatally shot his pregnant partner, who identified as a man, before killing himself, the local sheriff's office confirmed to Newsweek.
"If my dog sees my bare belly, she runs over to give our baby as many kisses as possible. I'm due August 1st, she's excited to meet her baby," one user wrote.
The boy, named Raphael, weighed in at 13 pounds and measured 24 inches long, making him one of the largest babies that the doctors and midwives had ever seen.
"One of the most genuine reactions ever, I love it," commented one user on TikTok.
The woman had been on birth control and had not noticed any symptoms of pregnancy for the entire 39 weeks.
She was taken to a local hospital where she underwent an emergency C-section, but the 33-week unborn baby was also unable to be saved.
Mino the canine's reaction to hearing the baby's heartbeat had people reaching for the tissues.
"Good intentions sure, but jeez a lack of self awareness and priority," commented one social media user.
An expert told Newsweek: "In terms of baby-shower etiquette, it's becoming commonplace to have members of the opposite sex attend."
Ashley Zambelli was 28 weeks pregnant with her third daughter when she received the shock diagnosis.
"Being pregnant doesn't entitle her to start land grabbing," said one commenter on the viral post.
"Cat distribution system at work," one user said.
The pregnancy was described as husband Jonathan Rodriguez's "last gift."
"Protecting a member of the pack," one commenter observed.
"Clearly your dinner was not junk food. But please tell me you also served cheese and sour cream?" one commenter said.
Liam and Olivia are expected to be among the most popular names nationwide.
A clinical psychologist told Newsweek that "a good first step would be a paternity test to remove as much doubt and uncertainty from the situation as possible."
"This is so humbling," commented one user, while another said, "It's so great you're helping her".
"Just get rid of April Fool's day based on this" wrote one commenter of footage of the singer joking about being pregnant during a live performance.