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Zhao Jinge was surprised and pleased that he was not sick, but pregnant?
Because he worked with Zhao Fugui at the age of twelve or thirteen, Zhao Jinge had little contact with the women in the village, and Zhao Liu would not tell him about this things, so he had no idea what other people’s pregnancies were like before he got married.
After he got married, Zhao Liu did talk about pregnancy, but she didn’t elaborate on it, let alone the symptoms of pregnancy. She only said that when she was with the child, she really wanted to eat stewed chicken, so he never thought of this . . . Of course, the more important reason for this was that he had always felt that it was not so easy to have a child.
Didn’t they say it would be difficult for him to have a child?
But it turns out he’s pregnant? And it has been two months?
If you threw up like this when you are pregnant . . . so he didn’t throw up because he was scared by the bloody scenes?
Zhao Jinge relaxed for a moment and became happy at the same time.
Jiang Zhen was a little confused at the moment. This . . . He became pregnant?
Although he knew for a long time that gers could become pregnant and have children and also used it to tease Zhao Jinge with the matter of giving birth to children; however, because Zhao Jinge was no different from a man, Jiang Zhen never truly thought about Zhao Jinge becoming pregnant before.
After leaving Hecheng County with Zhao Jinge, he completely forgot about it.
Before, Zhao Jinge felt like vomiting when he smelled greasy meat, but he always thought it was caused by psychological reasons. It was because he was pregnant?
Zhao Jinge had a child in his belly. When the child would be born, it would call him father.
He’s going to have a baby. . .
Zhao Jinge was pregnant. What should he do? How do you raise a child?
Zhao Jinge looked exactly like a man. How can a child be born?
What should he eat and drink when he is pregnant?
Zhao Jinge wouldn’t produce milk. What would the baby eat after it was born?
. . .
Jiang Zhen’s heart instantly flashed with a million thoughts, and he became dumbstruck.
He knew a lot, but he really didn’t know anything about pregnancy and had only occasionally heard a few words from his comrades in arms. For example, if a woman is pregnant, she should eat a diet supplement and she can’t eat too much so the child will not be too large during birth.
So . . . did he need to give Zhao Jinge a diet supplement or not?
Jiang Zhen stood there, his entire body stunned. He was dumbfounded.
Dr. Hu was originally full of complaints about Jiang Zhen, but at the moment, he was suddenly happy and proud.
All those who felt that Jiang Zhen’s medical skills were better than me, come to take a look now! Come and look at this guy right now!
He didn’t know anything about medicine, and he couldn’t even tell that his own wife was pregnant!
Dr. Hu discovered that he was still better than Jiang Zhen in the end, and became extremely relaxed. But then he thought about it and felt something was wrong.
“You, you . . . your wife has been pregnant for two months. Before that, he was fighting bandits while carrying the child?” Dr. Hu looked at Jiang Zhen, shocked.
Jiang Zhen was still unresponsive, still in a state of shock.
Zhao Jinge came back to his senses and then looked at Dr. Hu.
“I’ve been pregnant for more than two months? But before I got on the ship, I looked for someone to check if I were pregnant. After I got on the boat, you also checked me and didn’t say I was pregnant.”
It has only been a month since the fleet left Hecheng County. He had been pregnant for two months, how come no one told him before?
“The first month is shallow. How could you get the pulse?” Dr. Hu immediately said. He was not a doctor who specializes in obstetrics; a month’s pregnancy, a doctor could rely on the pulse alone to—Actually, those who specialized in obstetrics might not be able to tell a one-month pregnancy.
“If you want to talk about other gers, after they become pregnant, their cinnabar mole between their eyebrows becomes darker. Maybe you can see something else. Haven’t you dug up your cinnabar mole?” Dr. Hu said again, touching his beard and humming twice.
Hearing this, Zhao Jinge became embarrassed.
He subconsciously looked at Jiang Zhen, hoping that Jiang Zhen would help ask about the pregnancy, only to find that Jiang Zhen looked dazed and clearly hadn’t come back to his senses yet.
Dr. Hu also noticed this and became a bit exasperated. Why was this person still dumbfounded? Didn’t he want to ask him more questions? Then he could also ask about those stitches . . .
When Jiang Zhen didn’t respond, Zhao Jinge could only ask himself, “I’m pregnant, what do I need to pay attention to now?”
“You’re in good health. You can even fight pirates. What can’t you do?” Dr. Hu said. Seeing that Zhao Jinge was embarrassed, he added, “You can’t do any strenuous action anymore. As for eating, as long as it’s not harmful, you can eat what you want.”
Hearing Dr. Hu say that “strenuous action” couldn’t be done, Zhao Jinge immediately remembered his sit-ups last night, almost scaring him to death. He was also somewhat lucky that he didn’t follow his usual training, or else . . .
If he loses this baby, he would regret it!
Wang Haisheng and He Chunsheng who had been listening, when they heard Dr. Hu’s words, they both remembered what happened last night.
Zhao Jinge suddenly had a stomachache yesterday. It was definitely the boss who did it too violently.
Their boss was really . . . he even let the pregnant ger fight pirates and still wanted to play at night . . .
Of course, this was mainly because he did not know . . . Wang Haisheng gave a sympathetic look at the still dumbfounded Jiang Zhen.
Dr. Hu was determined to talk to Jiang Zhen, but Jiang Zhen kept standing there dully. Not even speaking . . .
He sat down for a long time, but finally, he couldn’t sit still any longer. Both Wang Haisheng and He Chunsheng felt that the atmosphere was very strange . . .
“Dr. Hu, I’ll send you back first. Later, our boss will definitely make a special trip to thank you,” He Chunsheng said.
Doctor Hu tugged on his beard and walked away with a wave of his hand. When he wanted to walk from the big ship to the smaller one he always had people change the planks to a more wider one.
When everyone else had left, Jiang Zhen finally came back to his senses.
In fact, he heard the words of Dr. Hu and others, but there were just so many things on his mind that he was a bit unable to react.
Now . . .
Jiang Zhen stared at Zhao Jinge’s flat belly and then sat by the bed and carefully touched it with his hands. “Is there a child in here?”
“Yes! We’re having a baby!” Zhao Jinge’s face seemed to shine. “My mother has been worried that I will not be able to have any. I didn’t expect to have it so soon!”
“That’s how hard I tried . . .” Jiang Zhen subconsciously flirted but then frowned. “Jinge, what are we going to do in the future?”
What will we do? Zhao Jinge was little at a loss. Isn’t it just us having and raising a child?
“After the baby is born, what does he eat? How will we educate it in future? Shouldn’t we be setting a good example for him? Where it would be better to go to school in the future . . .”
Jiang Zhen had never considered the problem of children before. Listening to old comrades struggling with the problem of their children’s education, he felt lucky. He felt that he did not have to worry about this and didn’t need to buy a house in a good school district, which was great. But now, he got kids too! He was also having a child in the ancient times!
There were human traffickers and such in modern times, but truly, it’s much safer than in this ancient times. His children would be born in such an era, and later . . .
The more he started to think about it, the more his thoughts expanded, but Zhao Jinge had never thought about it that much.
In the countryside, having more children meant more chopsticks. The only thing that everyone needed to consider was whether, by having too many children, they might not be able to support them in the future . . . But it was their first and Jiang Zhen had money, so there was no need to worry about not being able to support them.
But although Zhao Jinge didn’t think much about it at first, he inevitably thought about it more after Jiang Zhen’s words.
For a while, the room became silent again.
After only a moment of silence, Jiang Zhen suddenly stood up. “I’ll go get you some food!” Zhao Jinge hadn’t had breakfast yet. It was not good for his health.
Jiang Zhen quickly ran out, and after a while, he returned with a bowl of sugared water. “Drink some water first. The cook is already making food. It will be ready soon . . . or do you want to eat some sweets to pad your stomach first?”
Zhao Jinge nodded and was about to get the pastry, but he was stopped by Jiang Zhen again.
Jiang Zhen took the package off the pastries and only gve Zhao Jinge two-finger-wide walnut cake. “You can’t eat too many sweets when you are pregnant, so eat less of them.”
He had heard of it before . . . this problem is called gestational diabetes?
Jiang Zhen couldn’t remember clearly, but he remembered one point, that it, of pregnant person eat too much the child will be born particularly big.
In modern times, if the child was bigger you could always have a caesarean section, but in ancient times…
A child weighing five kilo or eight kilos, you should know which one is better!
Zhao Jinge’s skin there was so tight. It was okay if the child was small but if it was too big . . .
Edited by: Faro