Grandmother, 50, who thought she was in menopause GIVES BIRTH

Grandmother, 50, who thought she was in menopause GIVES BIRTH after discovering at 26 weeks that her 'aches and pains' were caused by pregnancy Michele Hall and her husband, Jerry, of Naples, Florida, found out in October that she was 26 weeks pregnant She was just days from entering the third trimester, with two months until her due date Michele hadn't had a period for a year since her doctor said she was in menopause She did not experience weight gain or morning sickness, she put off her aches and pains as lupus (which she's had for 10 years) and menopause  The couple have four children and two grandchildren Their son, Grayson, was born healthy in December 

By Mia De Graaf Health Editor For Dailymail.com

Published: 17:25 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 17:25 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A 50-year-old mother-of-four and grandmother-of-two who thought she was in menopause has given birth to a surprise baby boy, a report reveals.

Michele Hall and her husband, Jerry, found out in October that she was 26 weeks pregnant - just days from entering the third trimester, with two months until her due date.

The family, based in Naples, Florida was stunned.

Michele hadn't experienced any significant weight gain, nor did she have the morning sickness she remembers from previous pregnancies.

But, for five months, Michele had endured unusual aches and pains in her abdomen, which she'd dismissed as symptoms of menopause or lupus, an autoimmune disease she has battled

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