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    I have just read all your posts and honestly with neg blood tests and ultrasound
    I don't think you are having a baby I am sorry

    I think though an investigation into the other symptoms would be worthwhile, there could be something more that really needs looking in to health wise.
    Good luck, keep us updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Have you seen a gynaecologist/obgyn or just regular Gp's. In your older post you said you hadn't had a proper period since November just a light wipe in January. My bet would be pcos and or onset early menopause symptoms. But also you have said you've been putting on weight this can also amount to not having regular periods. I'm not being rude to pry with this next part are you still with a DH/defacto relationship and sexually active etc, do you have birth control in place. All just seems to odd to me
    With husband and sexually active i went off the pill it makes me sick so no contraceptive. I am going by the last any type of bleed it was a wipe one in january but that is what i am going by. I believe i am pregnant i have had 4 and this is identical to my little boys wgich also did not in either urine or blood pick up pregnancy. Doctor just did a feel around of my tummy and could tell.

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    I'd be seeing a gyno/obgyn not a regular gp

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    So all your other kids showed negative HcG tests?

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    Yes some people never show a positive urine test, true, but if your uterus was empty in an ultrasound, that's pretty definitive. I'm 5 months pregnant... I could see baby the second the ultrasound probe hit my belly at my 20 week scan.

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    How about the u/s for your previous pregnancies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    So all your other kids showed negative HcG tests?
    No just my boy

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    Even with a retroverted uterus (I know because I have one), an ultrasound at 5 months definitely would clearly show a baby. I would seek out a gynae to work out why you have symptoms as you are not pregnant. Early menopause, pcos, thyroid issues etc could be one of many reasons. Hope you find some answers

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    I am 5 months with baby number 3 and there is no way of mistaking there is a baby in there. You can visibly see movement from the outside when I'm in the shower and kicks are pretty strong. I'm actually carrying smaller than my two previous pregnancies so I understand that all pregnancies are different and if you are on the larger side you may not have as visible movement but a doctor would certainly be able to feel the baby in your uterus.

    Honestly if you seriously believe you are pregnant in-spite of negative tests, bloods and scans. I would be seriously consider seeking professional help. Cryptic pregnancies are a real phenomenon but they are not real pregnancies they are a psychosomatic condition that need professional help. I urge you to seek the help of a professional psychologist or psychiatrist and a reputable gyno who has experience in this field.

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    @sproutx3 I'm not very big (size 10-12) yet I have never seen visible movements from the outside in my two pregnancies.

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