WHEN Lina Medina's stomach began growing, doctors were certain she was suffering from a large tumour - she was only five years old, after all. But after running tests they found she was seven months pregnant after being raped and weeks later she gave birth to a healthy baby boy. At the age of five, her mother noticed her growing abdomen after she complained about having stomach pains. Just weeks later on May 14, , she gave birth to a baby boy via Caesaerean as her young pelvis was deemed to small for a natural birth.
Five-year-old boy lives as girl in youngest case of Gender Identity Disorder
Five-year-old boy lives as girl in youngest case of Gender Identity Disorder - Telegraph
Most people are shocked when they learn that the youngest female in recorded history to give birth was only five years old. They are sometimes even more shocked to learn that the youngest grandmother was only Here are seven cases—all of them verified by medical science—of females who gave birth between ages five and eight. When the parents of a Peruvian girl named Lina Medina brought their five-year-old girl to the hospital in March after she complained of severe abdominal pain, it was originally assumed that she had a tumor. After careful examination, however, it was revealed that she was seven months pregnant. Physicians concluded that she had her first period at a mind-boggling eight months of age.
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With his blonde pigtails and purple tutu, Zach Avery, now five, has been living as a girl for more than a year - after he first refused to live as a boy when he turned three. Little Zach was just three when he began refusing to live as a boy, instead choosing to wear pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blonde hair - because he has Gender Identity Disorder GID. And the primary school he attends in Essex has even changed the kids' toilets to gender-neutral Unisex in support of Zach since his official diagnosis last year, aged four. Zach is one of the youngest in Britain ever to be diagnosed with GID - meaning he feels like he's a girl trapped in a boy's body. Mum Theresa Avery, 32, said Zach used to be a 'normal' little boy who loved Thomas the Tank Engine, but suddenly at the end of , he decided he wanted to live as a girl.