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she preferred playing with dolls rather than her own child.
Originally posted by allergist
I wonder how that happened....
Originally posted by Reptilian_Queen
That has definately got to be false. The female body doesn't start developing until around 11 or 12.
It soon became obvious to the stunned Lozada, however, that the little girl was pregnant. A medical history revealed that she had been having regular periods since age 3, but that she had stopped menstruating for the past 7½ months. Additionally, she had fully developed breasts.
Escomel's announcement2 (dated 20 May 1939) that Lina had delivered a baby boy (on 14 May) appeared in the 31 May issue of La Presse Medicale. In addition to amending the age at which Lina began menstruating (to an incredible 8 months)