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    bhCG is a very important hormone in early pregnancy. It is made by the developing placenta, and it stimulates the corpus luteum (the "shell" of the released egg) to produce progesterone, which "supports" the pregnancy until the placenta is big enough to start producing enough progesterone of its own. Hence, levels of bhCG start to decline after 12 weeks. But...they are still present for the entire duration of the pregnancy.

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    As a doctor myself, I have offered to look at the OP's blood results and her ultrasound films, privately of course. No interest was expressed by her.

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    @amanda779 what can we do to help you? What is the point of this?

    There are people genuinely concerned for you here.

    You say you're 5 months pregnant (or there abouts)
    You've gained weight
    You feel kicks
    You've done htp and got a positive. (Please post a pic for us...on a white sheet of paper with your bh tag written)
    You say you've seen drs who say youre not pregnant
    You've had a pelvic exam which showed no baby
    You've had bloods which the results do NOT support your theory of pregnancy.

    .....the wonderful knowledgeable bh crowd who are clearly concerned for you have suggested your next steps..... get another opinion by a gp, ob, mw....or just go to the hospital. Show them this thread if you can not remember your story. It's all documented here.

    I see a handful of options here as to what it's happening with you - what do you think? ??

    1 -you are pregnant. The whole medical field is a joke and we owe you an apology.

    2 - you are NOT pregnant but you truely believe you are. This is a medical condition. It is serious. You need help. NOW.

    3 - You are NOT pregnant, BUT something is wrong in your body hormonally. You need to see someone like a gp ob mw or the hospital. NOW.
    Otherwise you could be leaving your four living children without a mum very soon. It could be very serious. Terminal even.

    4 -you're a troll, and are getting some kind of sick pleasure out of this joke. Which is not funny.

    For your own peace of mind, the only way to know is to see someone. We can't do that for you. im hoping there's a simple explanation to all of this and for yours and you're families sake, i hope it's nothing major and easily fixed.

    But, anyway, Yes the second gp is an a$$hat for saying you are too old to be pregnant. We all agree with you on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Have you had your period or any bleeding in those 5 months?
    No

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustJaq View Post
    How is it that kicks can be felt, but bub not seen on ultrasound?

    Have any of the Drs felt your tummy, and what did they say about it?
    No not one of the doctors have felt my stomach at all

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    Have you told them you can feel a baby kicking you? Why won't you go to the hospital? I'm curious to know what is stopping you.

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    Make a appointment with a gyno/ob or go to the hospital explain everything to them and refuse to leave until the situation has been looked at from every angle and you have answers. If you are pregnant you will need to make sure your baby is developing as it should seeing as you haven't been able to find a Dr to give you the right prenatal care and if you aren't pregnant then you need to be sure nothing sinister is going on that could leave the children you do have without a mother

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    What's your plan from here OP?


 

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