After having a vivid dream about swallowing her engagement ring by mistake, a San Diego woman underwent a surgery which proved she actually did. As bizarre as it gets, Jenna Evans was deep asleep on Tuesday night when she dreamed about facing miscreants with her fiancé Bobby while aboard a high-speed train. She saw that during an ongoing fight, Bobby apparently asked her to swallow the ring in order to protect it from getting stolen.

Jenna told ABC San Diego Affiliate Station KGTV that she saw the ring has disappeared as she woke up, "When I woke up and it was not on my hand, I knew exactly where it was, It was in my stomach."

Doctors confirmed that she had truly swallowed the ring unconsciously in her sleep based on an X-ray report. In the X-ray which was performed at Urgent Care, the silhouette of the ring was evident right in the middle of her stomach.

She sought medical help after the ring took a turn and her stomach started hurting. According to the doctors, it was far safer to pluck her engagement ring from her stomach through an upper endoscopy than letting it pass through her organs naturally.

Evans said, "I was really happy because I don't know if I can look at it and appreciate it in the same way, if I had to search for it."

The doctors carried out the process with a successful outcome and retrieved the ring from her intestines. Evans is excited to have her ring back even though it made her undergo such physical inconveniences. Evans told ABC News, "I feel very grateful that I got it back, and that this is a happy and funny story."

The much-awaited marriage ceremony of Jenna and Bobby will be held in her home state of Texas next May. However, this incident had brought in one difference in the preparations now- Jenna positively takes her ring off when she goes to sleep.

Engagement ring A couple got engaged in the backseat of a cop car. Here, an engagement ring is pictured August 11, 2015. Photo: Pixabay