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19-06-2016 15:33 #131Senior Member
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19-06-2016 15:37 #132
Op I'm not sure if you're missing my question or ignoring it. What is your plan from here? How are you going to make sure you get an answer and appropriate care?
19-06-2016 15:39 #133
19-06-2016 15:48 #134
Seems to me you already know the answer otherwise you'd be busy doing all you could until you knew for sure rather than being super vague on an internet forum.
People are giving you quite reasonable suggestions of what your next steps could be.
I hope for your familys sake & your own health you investigate what your symptoms are being caused by whether its an undetected pregnancy or something else.
19-06-2016 15:52 #135Senior Member
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May have started out a genuine issue, but my gut feeling is this is just an attention seeking exercise now.
19-06-2016 15:55 #136
There is no point in any of us wasting our time trying to help someone who doesn't want help
And I will add this there is young girl that I speak to on the phone when I was at work. Always asking us to hold clothing in bigger sizes because she believed she was pregnant. This has been going on for 6plus years. The calls come at the same time every Friday afternoon and on the Monday her mum always come in to see us and apologise and to tell us she is not pregnant but has believed for the past 6plus years she has believed she has been and still it
19-06-2016 15:57 #137
Heard weidest thing today
I'm out - the OP is being vague, not replying or even acknowledging any posts that attempt to help and I can't help but feel she either knows she pregnant and taking us for a ride or most certainly isn't and needs help that none of us can provide. You have even been offered a free review by a bubhubber and to ignore that is foolish - as a person with chronic illness anyone that is willing to take an interest in my health would never be ignored.
Good luck OP with whatever journey this takes you on, for the sake of your children I hope you find out what it is soon so you can get whatever support you need - pregnancy, medical or otherwise.
19-06-2016 15:58 #138Senior Member
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- Mar 2015
A pregnancy at 39 is different than a pregnancy in your 20's and even early 30's. It can certainly be more high risk just due to age.
Like others have mentioned not seeking proper help and advice (your children and friend are not medical professionals and therefore are not 'proper help and advice') is dangerous and I consider it reckless.
Stop whinging about gps and go to a hospital. You need proper care - whether it be pregnancy or something else. If I were your daughter/husband/friend I would be driving you there not touching your belly.
19-06-2016 16:17 #139
I've read every single post here.
I just can't understand, you say you're 5 months pregnant, you've gotten positive tests at home? Please post us a pic, you say you have a baby bump, also post a pic.
I can't even begin to fathom, 5 months on and no clinical or medical evidence to prove there is a viable pregnancy. Why on earth have you not persisted in getting to the bottom of this, sitting behind a screen reading a forum isn't going to help you get the answers you so desperately need, mentally or medically.
Present to the ED, don't leave until you have answers. You WILL get answers that way. If you indeed are some how pregnant, and you're not getting the proper pre natal care you need, you could be severely neglecting your unborn child.
I hope for the OP sake you take all our advice and go get checked out, like others have said, something could be seriously wrong, it's not fair on your family or yourself to just ignore it.
I wish you all the best
19-06-2016 16:20 #140
Given the OP has turned down J37 to give a professional assessment of his records and ignoring all of the valid questions, I'm calling troll. Normally I just report and don't say anything, but I am now not to stir but to save others their time and emotional energy.
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