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    I must be strange then but my point still stands that at 5 months there is no ambiguity about the moment and it's very definitely a baby not possible movements iykwim

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    I have a lot of movement. Which i have said before have for a while now thats why i know im not imagining it. I know what it feels like to have a baby kick and other people have felt it. Lots at night but i dont know cant get confirmation as doctors cant get positive tests. I just did a test and there are 2 lines. Just need a test at doctors to come baxk positive now and then it will be fine.

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    Also i cant get a doctor to touch my belly so no one is feeling anything

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    Perhaps you should take yourself to emergency. Neg pregnancy tests, no baby seen via ultrasound but you can feel kicks.? You really need to get some answers.

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    Honestly I think you need to see an ob/ gyno not a gp. You need answers and I'm really trying not to sound nasty but if your scan showed an empty uterus it is extremely unlikely that you are pregnant. As I said before I'm 5 months pregnant and have known since the beginning of February so that is a very long time to be in limbo for you do deserve answers but I suspect doctors are trying to give them to you but you are not wanting to hear them. An absence of hcg is pretty indicative of being not pregnant as human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) is a hormone produced by the placenta. So an absence of hcg would indicate an absence of a placenta and or baby? You said earlier your son you had no hcg? How do you know this? And if it is physically possible to sustain a pregnancy without hcg and you have a medical history of it it would be documented? And I would think they would be happy to further investigate (which has already been done) as you have previously shown it is possible to have an absence of hcg and be pregnant with a viable pregnancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by sproutx3 View Post
    I must be strange then but my point still stands that at 5 months there is no ambiguity about the moment and it's very definitely a baby not possible movements iykwim
    You are not strange. I had very very visible pokings. It prob depends on where the placenta is and also where the baby is situated (I had people sitting across a meeting desk who could see my belly doing a dance).

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    I have a lot of movement. Which i have said before have for a while now thats why i know im not imagining it. I know what it feels like to have a baby kick and other people have felt it. Lots at night but i dont know cant get confirmation as doctors cant get positive tests. I just did a test and there are 2 lines. Just need a test at doctors to come baxk positive now and then it will be fine.
    Take the test to the doctor. Is it a squinting positive or very positive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda779 View Post
    No hcg levels werent tested in blood test previously. Found out a few things by asking a cousins friend about the ultrasound. She is a doctor and said that my uterus is tilted to the back and may not tilt forward until after 6 or 7 months dont get it. She said this is why the ultrasound may have shown nothing. The doctor i saw today wasnt interested in listening to me. Oh well still in the dark to whats wrong with me. Will keep trying to find out
    I have this issue with my uterus & was told it was quite bad but I just wanted to let you know even with it, they were able to clearly see baby at 12 week scan. The 7 week scan was took a while to find baby.

    I hope you find out what's going on & I hope everything is ok. Did they refer you on for any more tests or to see a specialist to find out what's going on?

    Could you maybe see an OB/GYN so that you're seeing a specialist & hopefully they can get to the bottom of it for you.

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    If no baby showed up on an ultrasound then you can't be 5 months pregnant.

    Please go see a specialist or even a different GP. This all sounds very very weird

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    Are you positive the movement isn't gas? I like the title of your thread op "heard the weirdest thing today"... Yup after reading this thread, so have i.

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    Default Heard weidest thing today

    If it were me I'd demand an urgent appointment at an OB/Gyn and make sure they use the US in their rooms and make sure you can see the screen and get some definitive answers. Like a pp said, if you have a positive HPT take it with you. This seems to have gone on far too long and is indeed very very strange


 
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