MANY women can feel sad when they see other women pregnant or having a new baby.
One TikToker knows that feeling well but has stunned everyone with how she deals with it.
Sophie Mosca posted videos on TikTok just a day ago where it went viral with over a million views.
The 22-year-old woman, believed to be from the US, had to have stitches when she confessed to spending £150 on a synthetic patch while pregnant to satisfy the fever of childbirth.
While there isn’t much scientific evidence as to why women and men get fevers in babies, many people claim to have it when they see young children or others who are pregnant.
In the video, Sophie puts on her synthetic belly and starts stroking it like she’s actually pregnant with a grin on her face.
This woman is also the owner of the clothing brand Sunshark regularly posts lifestyle related content with her girlfriend Avery.
Sophie wrote in the caption: “I wear my $200 silicone baby bump once a month to satisfy my baby’s fever.”
Needless to say, her silicone bump divided users and caught the attention of popular skincare brand First Aid Beauty, who commented, “Here you are.”
One viewer replied: “why do I need this.”
Another added: “I need this to be able to skip the grocery store line and get a seat on the bus.”
“No, why would you have this (why would I want one).” Wrote a third person.
While others couldn’t think of anything worse to do than pretend they were pregnant, “Oh boy, I’ve never been less involved in anything less.”
A fifth user pointed out: “I feel like this will help my child’s fever go away quickly.”
For more weird ‘pregnancy’ stories, check out how one woman got pregnant on pill and unknowingly for months, she went to A&E and gave birth later and there.
Plus, I’m seven months pregnant but mine the bump is so small that people say that’s why other women don’t know they’re expecting.
At the opposite end of the scale, A woman’s bump is so big that people think she’s giving birth to triplets.
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https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4614343/fake-pregnancy-bump-wear-satisfy-my-baby-fever/ I spent £150 on a fake headband while pregnant and wore it once a month to reduce my baby’s fever