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25th Jun '16 9:38:04 PM nombretomado
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* Played with in ''BaldursGate'' in the form of Aerie, and more straightforwardly, the mod-added {{Mary Sue}}s Kelsey and Saerileth.

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* Played with in ''BaldursGate'' ''VideoGame/BaldursGateII'' in the form of Aerie, and more straightforwardly, the mod-added {{Mary Sue}}s Kelsey and Saerileth.
9th Jun '16 2:53:28 AM Spindriver
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* ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'': Tim and Shelley conceive, and Shelley later tells Lottie that it was planned [[http://www.scarygoround.com/?date=20160609 "In the same way that you plan a 32-car motorway pile-up."]] (She decides to keep the baby, though, partly because of the [[MyBiologicalClockIsTicking ticking of her biological clock]].)

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* ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'': In various ''Franchise/{{Bobbinsverse}}'' comics, [[http://www.scarygoround.com/bobbins/index.php?date=20150327 Tim and Shelley conceive, conceive,]] and Shelley later tells Lottie that it was planned [[http://www.scarygoround.com/?date=20160609 "In the same way that you plan a 32-car motorway pile-up."]] (She decides to keep the baby, though, partly because of the [[MyBiologicalClockIsTicking ticking of her biological clock]].)
9th Jun '16 2:10:39 AM Spindriver
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* ''Webcomic/ScaryGoRound'': Tim and Shelley conceive, and Shelley later tells Lottie that it was planned [[http://www.scarygoround.com/?date=20160609 "In the same way that you plan a 32-car motorway pile-up."]] (She decides to keep the baby, though, partly because of the [[MyBiologicalClockIsTicking ticking of her biological clock]].)
5th Jun '16 8:50:39 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''- Izumi and Sig tried desperately to have a child, and when Izumi finally became pregnant the child was stillborn. She was then convinced that she [[spoiler:killed her child a second time when she attempted to transmute the child to life, though thankfully this was eventually shown to not be the case]]. For this, her "divine punishment" from the Truth was to lose her uterus along with a few other organs, effectively making her infertile there on out.

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* ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''- Izumi and Sig tried desperately to have a child, and when Izumi finally became pregnant the child was stillborn. She was then convinced that she [[spoiler:killed her child a second time when she attempted to transmute the child to life, though thankfully this was eventually shown to not be the case]]. For this, her "divine punishment" from the Truth was to lose her uterus along with a few other organs, effectively making her infertile there on out.out ''and'' giving [[IllGirl her]] a nasty mixture of IncurableCoughOfDeath plus BloodFromTheMouth [[spoiler: which either kills her in the end (2003 anime) or is sorta healed by Ed and Al's father (manga and second anime).]]
2nd Jun '16 5:48:39 AM FuzzyBoots
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* In ''Film/ForKeeps'', it apparently only took one wild weekend for Stan and Darcy to conceive, and they were definitely not looking to have a child at tat time.

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* In ''Film/ForKeeps'', it apparently only took one wild weekend for Stan and Darcy to conceive, and they were definitely not looking to have a child at tat that time.
2nd Jun '16 5:48:22 AM FuzzyBoots
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* In ''Film/ForKeeps'', it apparently only took one wild weekend for Stan and Darcy to conceive, and they were definitely not looking to have a child at tat time.
27th May '16 2:18:30 PM eroock
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* George knocks up Alice after one encounter in ''Film/APlaceInTheSun''. This is disastrous, as not only will it lose him his job (fraternization is forbidden at the factory), it will kill his budding romance with gorgeous, rich society girl Angela and eventually leads to the demise of both George and Alice]].

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* George knocks up Alice after one encounter in ''Film/APlaceInTheSun''. This is disastrous, as not only will it lose him his job (fraternization is forbidden at the factory), it will kill his budding romance with gorgeous, rich society girl Angela and eventually leads to the demise of both George and Alice]].Alice.
27th May '16 2:17:37 PM eroock
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* George knocks up Alice after one encounter in ''Film/APlaceInTheSun''. This is disastrous, as not only will it lose him his job (fraternization is forbidden at the factory), it will kill his budding romance with gorgeous, rich society girl Angela.

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* George knocks up Alice after one encounter in ''Film/APlaceInTheSun''. This is disastrous, as not only will it lose him his job (fraternization is forbidden at the factory), it will kill his budding romance with gorgeous, rich society girl Angela.Angela and eventually leads to the demise of both George and Alice]].
19th May '16 5:05:32 PM nombretomado
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* Played straight on ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}''. Ygraine is desperate to give Uther an heir, but is unable to do so. She gets so desperate that she turns to magic -- or Uther gets so desperate that they do, we don't know for sure -- and though she gets pregnant, she [[BalancingDeathsBooks dies giving birth.]]

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* Played straight on ''Series/{{Merlin 2008}}''.''Series/{{Merlin|2008}}''. Ygraine is desperate to give Uther an heir, but is unable to do so. She gets so desperate that she turns to magic -- or Uther gets so desperate that they do, we don't know for sure -- and though she gets pregnant, she [[BalancingDeathsBooks dies giving birth.]]



* Implied to have been the case with Jessica and her late husband Frank on ''MurderSheWrote''. In the pilot, Jessica explains her childlessness to a new suitor by saying "We were never blessed in that way."

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* Implied to have been the case with Jessica and her late husband Frank on ''MurderSheWrote''.''Series/MurderSheWrote''. In the pilot, Jessica explains her childlessness to a new suitor by saying "We were never blessed in that way."
8th May '16 12:29:24 AM coralina33
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* Film/WhatToExpectWhenYoureExpecting: After deciding to take a break from baby-making one of the couples conceives during a drunken romp in the bushes. Keep in mind that she was drinking ''because'' they had decided to take a break and therefore she no longer needed to abstain from alcohol.

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* Film/WhatToExpectWhenYoureExpecting: ''Film/WhatToExpectWhenYoureExpecting'': After deciding to take a break from baby-making years of trying to conceive, one of the couples conceives during a drunken romp in the bushes. Keep in mind that she was drinking ''because'' they had decided to take a break and therefore she no longer needed to abstain from alcohol. They are a little annoyed when his father and his younger wife managed to get pregnant with no trouble at all.



** Actually a downplayed version with all the couples: the couples who really wanted to have children are having the most troubles to conceive, while the couples who weren't planning to have children all got pregnant. However, they still are happy with their offspring. A woman who accidentally got pregnant was actually [[spoiler:heartbroken when she lost her child due to miscarriage]].

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** Actually a downplayed version with all the couples: the couples who really wanted to have children are having the most troubles to conceive, while the couples who weren't planning to have children all got pregnant. However, they still are happy with their offspring. A woman who accidentally got Two women get pregnant accidentally, one with her new boyfriend and one during a one night stand. The latter was actually [[spoiler:heartbroken when she lost her child due to miscarriage]].
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