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Despite being a virgin, a woman has recounted the startling account of how she became pregnant.

Nicole Moores, according to sources, found out she was carrying a kid at the age of 20, despite her inability to have penetrative sex.

The young woman has vaginismus, a disorder that causes her vaginal walls to contract involuntarily. As a result, having regular sex or even inserting a tampon becomes difficult.

Nicole and her partner discovered they couldn’t have sexual contact since it was too painful for her.

“We tried, but it was impossible,” she explained. “I couldn’t see why it couldn’t happen.”

“However, physicians informed me that I used to be fine, so I just pretended there was something wrong with me for a short time.”

Nicole Moores, according to sources, found out she was carrying a kid at the age of 20, despite her inability to have penetrative sex.

The young woman has vaginismus, a disorder that causes her vaginal walls to contract involuntarily. As a result, having regular sex or even inserting a tampon becomes difficult.

Nicole believes that she became pregnant because she and her partner sought alternative methods to experience pleasure with one another while never having penetrative sexual intercourse.

“I started having awful heartburn and hurting breasts at some points at work.” Nicole added, “At the time, my manager, who was an in-depth close friend and knew about my position, said she felt I could be pregnant.”

Despite not having intercourse, she suggested it was possible if there had been any secretions near my vagina.

“On my lunch break that day at work, I took a pregnancy test, and it came out positive.”

Nicole was terrified of giving birth with her condition. Still, she was also afraid that her partner would accuse her of infidelity.

She added, “All I could believe was how am I getting to birth this baby if I can’t even roll in the hay.”

“Because it felt so difficult, I was afraid my partner would believe I’d cheated on him.”

But, happily, he was familiar with me and my body, and he didn’t have any doubts.”

Nicole was diagnosed with vaginismus four months into her pregnancy. Still, it had been difficult for her to persuade medical professionals that she hadn’t had sexual intercourse before that.

With the help of a therapist, the 20-year-old was able to give delivery without any difficulties.

“Tilly is without a doubt my little miracle.” We have the most amazing life together, and having her was the best decision I’ve ever made.”

I can’t imagine what it’s like to live with Nicole’s illness!

Consider how many people would have dismissed her.

If you’re grateful for the small miracles, we see every day in God’s universe, share this article!

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