Suggesting you are 5 months pregnant even though you have not recieved a positive blood test or have not seen a baby via ultrasound is very very strange. To not present yourself to emergency with they symptoms you say you have is crazy imo. I dont believe you are pregnant but I think something quite serious may be going on with you. Not sorting it out is crazy.
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17-06-2016 14:05 #71Senior Member
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17-06-2016 14:42 #72
Yes, you're 5 months pregnant. I can see it through my screen.
Is that what you want people to reply? You have been given so much helpful advice, I'm not sure what more you're expecting?
17-06-2016 17:08 #73
Heard weidest thing today
That is a weird thing for a doctor to say though. I am assuming that you didn't think you were pregnant until very recently when you realised you weren't getting your period and you've got a "baby bump"? Have you felt baby kicking at all?
Sorry for all the questions, it's just weird and I don't fully understand the story here.
Get a second opinion I'd say..
EDIT: sorry for some reason I didn't see any replies before after the original post. Please ignore above.
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17-06-2016 17:17 #74
Congratulations. I suspect you will have a healthy baby boy in 4 months!
The gp you saw is ridiculous. My mum was 37 when she had my little brother and I've heard of others much older.
17-06-2016 17:23 #75Junior Member
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You said that you have a tilted uterus and that's why a baby can't be seen on a scan. You also say you have other children. Were they seen on a scan prior to 5-6 months?
17-06-2016 18:15 #76
I don't think pp's were calling you crazy, it's a bizarre situation and definitely not the 'norm' it must be really frustrating not knowing what is going on. I think you need to find the right doctor who will really listen to you and go from there
17-06-2016 19:53 #77
I knew of (friend of a friend of a friend type deal) someone who had been pregnant, and lost the baby very early on but her body continued to act pregnant. Her belly and breasts grew etc. not sure if this is a possibility. I don't know if she had hcg present in her tests though.
17-06-2016 20:02 #78
Of course you can be pregnant at 39. But I had a tilted uterus, & you could definitely see the baby on a scan. A baby is quite large by this gestation, it is impossible to miss. You need to see a dr and tell them that you feel you are pregnant, but have had a negative test and no hcg. Ask for a scan of your uterus, and request that they point out to you what they can see in your uterus and which part everything is. As the dr to request that the sonographer show it all to you thoroughly, or ask the sonographer yourself. Even with the issues you have described, you would DEFINITELY see a 5 month baby in your uterus if they scan it. If you cannot see a baby, go back to the same dr with your scan result and tell them you still believe you are pregnant. Hopefully they will then get you the care you need.
There are drs and midwives on BH who can alsp look at a scan for you if you can post a pic on BH.
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17-06-2016 21:05 #79
My SIL had a lot of pregnancy symptoms, but wasn't pregnant. Ended up that she had a brain tumour on her pituitary gland.
Please get this checked out properly, either it is a baby or it could be something very serious.
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