'I just thought it was gas!' Woman only discovers she is EIGHT MONTHS pregnant after her boyfriend feels the baby kicking Abby Wake from North Hollywood, California, had no idea she was expecting, despite gaining weight Her boyfriend, Jarryd Gorman, realized they were expecting a baby when he felt it kick at a concert Abby is lactose intolerant and thought the movement she had been feeling in her stomach was just gas A California woman was shocked to discover that she is expecting her first child in just a few weeks, after her boyfriend unexpectedly felt their baby kick for the first time. Abby Wake, from North Hollywood, California, had no idea that she was pregnant, despite admitting to experiencing some discomfort in her stomach, a feeling she put down to food intolerance. However, Abby’s boyfriend, Australian Jarryd Gorman, recently realized she might be well on her way to becoming a mom when he put his hand on her stomach during a concert and felt a kick. 'I felt the baby kick and I looked at her and said, "I think you're definitely pregnant,"' Jarryd told CBS Los Angeles. '[I said] we need to go see someone straight away.' http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/05/07/21/286BAFB900000578-0-image-a-13_1431031762688.jpg What baby? Abby Wake, pictured, noticed her stomach was bigger but thought she had just gained weight and was bloated; her boyfriend discovered she was pregnant when he felt the baby kick http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/05/07/21/286BAFB500000578-0-image-a-14_1431031766812.jpg Instant mom: Abby and her boyfriend Jarryd Gorman, right, immediately saw a doctor when they suspected that she might be expecting - and were told that she was 32 weeks along Abby claimed that she hadn't felt any symptoms of pregnancy - no morning sickness or back aches - and added that she had always experienced irregular periods. Her stomach had grown, but the actress assumed that she has just gained weight and was experiencing bloating. She dismissed the baby's movements as bloating as well - Abby is lactose intolerant and thought what she was feeling was just gas. 'There weren't, like, kicks and huge movements,' she explained. 'It was just like gurgles.' http://i.***************/i/pix/2015/05/07/21/286BAFC200000578-0-image-a-15_1431031776453.jpg +4 Before the discovery: This picture was taken the day that the couple found out they were expecting But when she and Jarryd visited Dr. Payman Joseph, a Van Nuys, California-based OB-GYN, it became immediately clear that she wasn't just overdoing it with her milk intake - she actually had a child on the way. '[The doctor] was just, like, "32 weeks",' Abby recalled. 'We were like, "I'm sorry?"' At that stage, the average baby weighs about 3.75lbs and is the size of a coconut. Dr. Joseph insisted that though Abby's predicament seems hard to believe, it happens to women more often than people think. However, he added, this slim mom-to-be is somewhat different from most patients who don't know that they are pregnant: 'She's very thin compared to a lot of the other women I've seen this in.' GoFundMe page for the expecting mom's 'virtual baby shower'.