Pregnant...But NO Proof :(

Corinne - posted on 08/25/2015 ( 240 moms have responded )

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Hello ALL!

My name is Cori and I would like to ask if there are any moms out there who were pregnant but had false urine and blood tests?

I am sure I got pregnant on April 4, 2015. I have grown in my belly and have felt (who I call Emma) moving for the past six weeks. I have had irregular periods that have been so off the wall. I would bleed then not for hours and then spot, and then nothing, and then bleed lightly. Every period has been late 3-5 days and gotten shorter since April 10, 2015.

I paid to have my tubes reversed on January 8, 2015 and was allowed to start trying with my husband after my March 2015 period. First day of my March period was on March 21, 2015. Two weeks later on April 4, 2015 I felt my egg dropping and new it was the perfect day :)

Within days I was sleeping any and all the time I could for about 4 1/2 weeks. My breast were so sensitive if I could just hold them up and have nothing touch them all day...it would have been perfect. I could not eat anything because it would not digest. The food felt like a huge boulder sitting in my stomach and would literally take until the next day to go away.

I went to the doctors and he did a urine test (negative) he did blood work (all perfect except vitamin B-12) I went in two weeks later for a follow-up. I got a B-12 booster shot and he wanted to prescribe a medication to help me digest (I never picked it up and I was not nearly as tired anymore). I knew I was pregnant and was not going to put anything in my body that could hurt the baby. He did a blood test (negative) and more blood work. I went back two weeks later for another follow-up (I was eating by now). He then took another urine (negative) and said that maybe I was just putting on weight.

By now I was getting frustrated with my doctor because he was not believing me that I am pregnant. I went back in to see him about five weeks later to tell him that every time I sneeze or cough I was having bad pains in my lower belly, that my belly has grown so much that I cannot button or zip up my pants. Still he was disbelieving. I tried one more time to express my concerns and then he decided on more blood work including pregnancy test (negative) and he wanted to check my hormones to see if I was going through early menopause. I won't tell you the look that came off my face! I had just paid $5000 to reconnect my tubes and he thinks I'm going through early menopause (I'm 36 and yes my twin is actually going through it right now and apparently my mother went through it as well at this age) however, ALL of my blood work had come back phenomenal and something would have shown if there was any problems. [By the way-hormones excellent...NOT going through any kind of menopausal situations :) ] So then I address the fact that he told me that I was probably just putting on weight.

I had him check my weight since I started coming in, in January 2015 for the follow-up check-up on my surgery and have only been bouncing back and forth from 227.5 and 229. I have not put on any weight and I look five months pregnant. Because he doesn't believe I'm pregnant he feels there must be some logical explanation as to why my abdomen is growing and I am the same weight. [During my only other 3 pregnancies, I only put on about 10-12 pounds at the end of the pregnancy that turns out to be all baby and amniotic fluids. I tone up and look best during my pregnancies :)] Now he is asking that I see a GI specialist get a CT Scan done of my abdomen to see if there is anything growing inside of me! What?!? I told him that would hurt my baby, he said yes...if you were pregnant.

I left just as flustered. I have tried contacting clinics and crisis centers to do a sonogram so that I can take the proof to my doctor so that I can start getting prenatal care and everyone has denied me. They all have to (by regulations) have a positive urine test before they can do a sonogram. I even contacted companies that do the 2D. 3D, and 4D sonograms that you pay out of pocket for and they denied me as well :(

My last attempt was going into the ER last Wednesday to complain about the pains I have when the baby sits to the front of my abdomen. My lower belly is in pain and I get sharp pains about my uterus. They asked if I was pregnant (a small part of me wanted to say yes and that I am due January 23, 2016, but I cannot lie) I told them that I believe I am pregnant but that my doctor does not. They denied me the help I needed and ended up doing a sonogram of my Gal-Bladder! When the doctor told me he would do a sonogram to help me, he did...but he lied about what kind of sonogram! When the lady started grinding the handled into my rib cage and shoving down on my upper abdomen, I was like "what are you doing?!?" She said checking my Gal-Bladder. I told her I was not there for my Gal-Bladder, but to see how far along I was and to make sure the baby is okay. She asked about a urine test and I told her it was negative. She said the doctor would never order a sonogram to check how far I was without a positive urine test. Had I known this earlier I would never had walked to the back with the tech and been put through that pain. (By the way the blood work the doctor did, came back so well that they were commenting on how healthy I was, but that they were still waiting on my chemicals...ARE THEY MAD!...if I was on drugs we would have not just been discussing how excellent my blood work looked!) I was so angry and in so much pain that I grabbed my husband and we walked out of the ER. My blood pressure was 150/90 and I have never been this high :( I did not wait for/nor do I need the results of my Gal-Bladder. Even the tech was questioning why I was there after I said no to all 3 of her questions pertaining to the sonogram of the Gal-Bladder.

I even started showing signs of (I'm not sure if its "Toxemia"/"Pre-Clampsia") but I have had abnormal swelling throughout my entire legs. I know that high blood-pressure after 20+ weeks can cause this. I have decided that I am just going to have to deliver this baby at home :( I started buying maternity clothes and still take excellent care of my self. My blood pressure is lower, but probably not low enough (due to not being believed). I even bought a Fetal Doppler to check the baby's heart beat at home, but she kicks the microphone and hides :) I caught her heart beat a couple of times, but she doesn't stay around long enough to get a good reading. But my husband and I have heard her swimming away after kicking the microphone.

I have another check-up with my doctor this Thursday 27, 2015 and am going to ask him to do a sonogram. I'm going to let him know what I have been through and plead that he believe me and HELP me! Oh and on the upside, finally no period this month. I'm hoping that I will start showing up pregnant for the next urine test on Thursday :)

If anyone can offer advice, it will be more than welcomed!

Thank you for taking out time to read about my situation,

Cori

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Ashlee - posted on 10/27/2015

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Hello ladies, I have been reading this post for a while and wanted to add in a little information. I, myself, have been going through something similar. I am due in Feb 2016, I am a little overweight and my belly has been getting bigger, I am currently at about 22 weeks along. We have heard the baby’s heartbeat, a steady 158, while mine sits at an average 86 bpm. My blood pressure has gone up a little and keeps climbing, more than my normal range. I just recently moved, so trying to find a good doctor has not been easy, and in my case I actually didn’t start feeling my symptoms harder than normal until a month ago. I went into the ER due to having problems breathing, catching my breath, I told her I believe I am pregnant and that my home tests come up positive, she did a blood test, qualative (which you have to be more than 30 HCG to register and only reads yes or no, unlike a quantitative which will tell you the amount of HCG), and that came up negative. They did a chest x-ray and my lungs were clear, which is odd for me because I have had pneumonia before, once you have it you always do, and I get sick with bronchitis typically every year around this time. So, I questioned her because it’s her job to answer them and assist me medically, I asked why I would have positive at home but negative blood and why they wouldn’t test my urine. She would not give me a definite answer and said she was not sure. This is a NP mind you, just about a step from a doctor. I come from a family full of nurses and doctors, so I am not completely ignorant to what the terminology or steps are they take. I asked if the body only produces HCG in three cases, your pregnant, you’re having a hysterical pregnancy, or you have a tumor within your uterus. Well, I had a scan show no tumor, and I am pretty sure it’s not a hysterical pregnancy, I am not wanting a baby THAT bad. So, finally she offered a pelvic exam to just feel my stomach, and strictly told me she will not do a full pelvic exam or a pap smear, I said ok. She felt my stomach and looked at me funny before having my other nurse get a tray to do a full pelvic exam, I asked her why and she ignored me, we performed the exam, she felt my cervix and said she will give me a list of referred OBGYN’s and told me off the record she felt a uterus and that my cervix is low and soft which is typically preterm labor, but that she could not order a ultrasound without a positive blood test. I said thank you and went about my day.
This applies to those that are leaving rude comments, no names need to be listed, you know who you are.
But, what else I wanted to add to this was, not only are some of you being extremely rude and cruel, but yes IT IS POSSIBLE to not show at ALL and still be pregnant, even on a sono/ultrasound. My mother was pregnant with my youngest brother, had urine and blood show negative, even had a vaginal and stomach ultrasound performed and all came back negative, a month later she ended up in the ER in severe pain, the doctor checked her and said ma’am you are in active labor, she was 7 months pregnant. She gave birth to my little brother preterm, the reason it didn’t show, make movement, she didn’t get any symptoms, nothing was because he actually sat on her back. So through her fat, which she was an average 180lbs, the doctor could not see anything. She never even developed a full stomach.
And if you don’t believe that story, my best friend in high school had a stranger issue, she was your typical skinny little girl, worked out every day. She gained 5 lbs. and thought it was due to her diet, at 8 month and 2 weeks she gave birth to a 9lb baby boy who sat sideways, all she ever developed was in her hips, it made her go up one pant size. She never knew she was pregnant.
So, AGAIN, it is possible to have negative tests and even no symptoms and still be pregnant, but REGARDLESS of all of that, this woman came onto this site to let loose her worries and tell her story to have shoulders to lean on and women to talk to, not to have ignorant people tear her down and tell her she is crazy for lack of a better word. How is someone to feel that they can safely come on here and seek some advice or someone to listen to them without someone showing their true colors and giving them backlash?!
Corrine, I believe you, and you are right, only WE know our bodies, and you believe what you feel is going on and those around you that support you. One way or another the truth will come to light, until then I am here to back you up and do believe you are pregnant. I pray for you to have a healthy and safe pregnancy and delivery and that everything in your personal life goes as good as you need it to. I send my love and baby dust! 

Sarah - posted on 03/01/2016

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Corrine,
show me one documented case of a pregnancy greater than 42 weeks. Not just a story. I recognized birth.
Until then I stand by my faith in God and my faith in science. You cannot be 47 weeks pregnant and have a fetus that is invisible. Look at Becky Done's story, she 100% percent believed she was pregnant until the CT proved there was no baby. Neo Brown's story has also been prove a lie. The site you give has not one single documented case of this, but says there are hundreds of women with this condition.
According to the AMA a cryptic pregnancy is one where the mother is unaware and has no symptoms until delivery. Psuedocyesis is when a woman believes she is pregnant beyond all reasonable testing and is actually not pregnant. The definitions are not interchangeable.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/27/2016

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I am actually in Dental Hygiene School, going into my third semester. They can remove the tooth, but if it is broken, it might be infected. If it is infected, it needs antibiotics before treatment. The reason for this is because the Lidocaine/Novocaine whatever you choose to call it, will not effectively numb the area because of the acidity level the bacteria will make the inflamed tissue. Which means you would need a lot more novicaine than average and still may not effectively numb the area. Antibiotics will get the infection under control and return the tissue to the normal Ph level, therefore able to treat properly. There ARE treatment options, it just depends on YOU the patient, and how much you are going to actually let them treat you. This can be a HUGE problem with a broken tooth. I could go on an on about how many problems can occur. You DO need a radiograph to determine the treatment of said tooth. It would be in the best interest of your health to have the Dentist see the negative results of your most recent tests so you can be properly treated. She could potentially even speak to your primary care physician, but you are making it difficult for anyone to help you.

I know that you are looking for support, but Cori, you have to try to see it from other peoples perspectives. This is very difficult because many of us have background in the medical field ,and ALL of us have been pregnant.

At this point, you really need to get a cat scan. Maybe if you see for your own eyes that there is no baby , you can get the help you need. At this point, you are willing to deteriorate mind and body for a phantom pregnancy.

How is your husband? What does your nurse friend think at this point? Are you getting support and mental health?

Please answer some questions. We might be strangers, but we are wanting to help. It has been almost a year. We all feel invested to a degree. All I personally want to do is help. Please keep in contact. If you have any more dental related questions, I can do my best to answer, but please get it taken care of or more problems will occur.

Sarah - posted on 03/08/2016

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OK to slow down the outrage:
Superfetation (also spelled superfoetation – see fetus) is the simultaneous occurrence of more than one stage of developing offspring in the same animal. In mammals, it manifests as the formation of an embryo from a different estrous cycle while another embryo or fetus is already present in the uterus.
This is hugely rare in humans. Less than one in million. In other multiple birth mammals it is more common.

This does NOT in any way support the argument of the cryptic birth support groups. If anything it negates their claim that the fetus would be invisible in US. This woman obviously has two fetuses of different size in her body. No doubt she is pregnant with twins.
Only God knows how and when they were conceived but it is estimated about 3 weeks apart. If this woman had a "cryptic" pregnancy in the definition advocated by Corrine, the fetuses would not be visible on US nor would mother have a positive pregnancy test. Rather, both babies would be invisible, hidden in other anatomy, or so slow growing they can't be seen. This case acknowledged the pregnancy early on, the presence of a twin a bit later and the delivery of both at 38 weeks.


ETA: Hooray God, hooray science. All of those years of study were worth it!

Sarah - posted on 07/27/2016

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Not negative, just don't think the science or advice is sound. To suggest that any pregnant woman not listen to a doctor, plan for a home delivery and not disclose her pregnancy is simply not safe.
To any woman who is pregnant I do want to clarify to following:
Dental cleanings are not advised during first or third trimester; due to the bacteria that can be introduced into the bloodstream causing miscarriage or pre-term labor. So the information of having an extraction in the first or third trimester only, is not accurate. Dental x-rays are generally avoided during the first trimesters only, but the current technology provides such a tiny dose of radiation, that opinion is changing and x-rays to evaluate pain are considered acceptable any time. Also, emergency dental care is widely accepted as allowable at any time of the pregnancy. The risk/benefit ratio is far greater to have the dental problem left untreated than to have the needed treatment performed. To have a broken or rotting tooth left in your mouth untreated poses a greater risk to your baby and having it treated.
Zoloft is a well studied medication and there is evidence of a slight increase in birth defect when taken during pregnancy, however MD is not the sort of birth defect caused by meds, it is a genetic anomaly.
There remains no evidence of a Cryptic Pregnancy as described by Suzanne Wheat or the Gilmore Foundation, they make many claims, but not a single one has been documented. One of the most outspoken of the community, Becky Done, even blogged her experience which concluded with her having CT and realizing she was not carrying a baby and getting her affairs in order. The other woman in the CP community Neo Brown, with other aliases, is being accused of criminal conduct.

ETA: Suzanne Wheat, RN, MSN/MPH, FNP-C is a respected practitioner in Texas and is NOT the same person who is advocating the information on the Glimore Foundation website. I called and spoke to her myself and she is very troubled by the "coincidence of the same name" and is "considering legal action" to force the CP site to note that she not not affiliated with their beliefs on the site.

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 11/18/2016

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Karen, this woman needs psychological help.

Michelle - posted on 11/18/2016

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Karen you do realize that she is claiming to be 19 months pregnant!
It's impossible.

Karen - posted on 11/18/2016

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stop going to your doctor!!!! lol you only need to go if there is a serious problem, drs will continually tell you there is something wrong just to keep you going back to them ,its probably all in your head, if you know you are pregnant, just take care of you and baby, forget about any kind of doctor until delivery. and relaxe, pregnancy is a fun time, you are probably scaring your baby each and every time you go to see the doctor, ,,, best of luck.

Michelle - posted on 08/23/2016

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Who knows Emily. Even with all of saying that she can have further tests to prove one way or the other she is still refusing them. If she is pregnant she would be 16 months along!!! Almost the same gestation as an elephant.

Emily - posted on 08/22/2016

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Did she have a pelvic exam done to see how her uterus was and if her cervix was closed

Emily - posted on 08/22/2016

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Did you have a pelvic exam around 6 weeks just to prove to them that you were just wondering

Sarah - posted on 07/27/2016

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Yes Shawnn and LMCBW for sure. We need a knowledgeable dental health care giving advice. A doctor is bound by the Hippocratic Oath; To first do no harm... To deny a woman with a claim of pregnancy and an apparent pregnant belly is negligent and in violation of the oath. I suspect the doctors she has sen have told her that she is not pregnant, offered opportunity to prove it and she refused. Refusing care is her right, but I truly wish Cori, you would consent to a CT of your belly. If you can see, feel and hear the baby...why cannot anyone else? I get you believe you are pregnant, and I truly hope that when you discover that you are not 70 weeks that you get the help you need. If a baby does arrive, I suspect it would have been conceived in the last 40 weeks, and unless you can prove your abstinence; I stand by my original opinion of pseudocyesis. I am very sorry for you and the pain you must truly be in, please get help, contact Becky Done. She has been exactly where you are and she can help you find the truth.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 07/27/2016

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Little Miss, I just wanted to say that your dental post was quite informative! Now the antibiotics make even more sense.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/27/2016

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You both are right, and also a doctor WOULD refuse treatment if someone has tested negative, looks pregnant, be seems unstable. That is their license on the line, and a lawsuit waiting to happen. So, yes, thoroughly examining your patient in all manners is imperative in all fields of health care. BUT (a BIG BUT) medical professionals can only go as far as the patient consents unless they have been admitted against their will.

Sarah - posted on 07/27/2016

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Jodi, you are right. This is absurdity. To continue to promote this as an actual phenomenon is irresponsible.

Jodi - posted on 07/27/2016

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She has been told for months to get a CT scan and avoids the issue. Any woman in her right mind who believed she was pregnant for 70 weeks would get a CT scan. I don't believe for a moment a doctor refused to treat you after a second visit just because the tests are negative, because a doctor has a greater duty of care than that - if a woman presented LOOKING pregnant and describing symptoms, but had negative tests, that doctor WOULD recommend further investigation, and WOULD entertain the idea of a CT scan and more ultrasounds. So the OP needs to stop avoiding the issue, and if she truly gave a shit about her baby, she WOULD go and get those scans.

Dove - posted on 07/27/2016

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*I still visit doctors every two to three months to collect the negative tests and notes so that I can at least prove my pregnancy for the past 10 months.


I have to say ONE thing... the only way to prove pregnancy would have been a POSITIVE pregnancy test result... and evidence that no sexual intercourse has taken place since the positive pregnancy test result... Negative tests and continued sexual activity will prove nothing about being pregnant for 70 weeks or 10 months or... anything. The OP on this thread is now 11 months old... Pregnancy is 9-10 months. Sink that in...

OK... I'm done.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 07/27/2016

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Doesn't look like it.

NO ONE can be pregnant for 70 weeks. It is NOT physically, nor physiologically possible.

PLEASE seek assistance!

Corinne - posted on 07/27/2016

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I'm not posting to answer any questions. Just updating what's going on.

The posting that goes on while I'm not posting is mostly negative.

I don't want to be part of any negativity when I'm already having enough issues on my own, especially holding on to doctor's because they refuse me as a patient after the second appointment.

I have been reading what goes on and even if someone posts support or tries to persuade those against Cryptic Pregnancies, the majority of you are just as negative to them.

My postings are meant to help.

Sarah - posted on 07/27/2016

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If you are 70 weeks, I'd suspect your need to be seen daily, not every few months. Has the baby been seen on any US? Have you been sexually active at all during the last 70 weeks?

Corinne - posted on 07/27/2016

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I am approaching 70 weeks on Saturday. I've spoken to a doctor who has taken an interest in my pregnancy. He's going to be researching to see what's going on.

I have a friend who's wife did not show pregnant for the first three months. Her doctor placed her on Zoloft to help her stress he said she had which were causing her symptoms. Her hcg picked up at month four. Her daughter was born with muscular dystrophy.

I look in my third trimester so my dentist and I have been going round and round about my broken tooth. The last doctor who saw me said that she can only help by doind a urine test and sending a negative slip to them. She also told me if "I was" pregnant she would not clear me for an x-ray. Even with the negative test, the dentist will only do an x-ray if the clinic three towns over will take me. They specialize in dentistry in pregnant women. The specialty clinic still has yet to determine if they'll take me but our local dentist offices refuse me. Also wanted to let you know that having my tooth extracted, I can only be in my first or third trimester to be safe for the baby. Because I cannot prove how big my baby is, I have to deal with a broken molar.

I still visit doctors every two to three months to collect the negative tests and notes so that I can at least prove my pregnancy for the past 10 months.

Dove - posted on 07/24/2016

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Hopefully she's not updating because she finally sought some counsel...?

~♥Little Miss - posted on 07/24/2016

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Cori, it has been over 2 months since we have had any updates. I hope you are doing well, and post soon!!

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Trust me. We have been going thru hell and back to prove that she is pregnant to doctors. Once the test come back negative that's a wrap. Oh we have no doubts whatsoever that she is pregnant. Over 50 something people in counting that are witnessing and helping also agrees. The doctors own nurse staff looks at their doctors and can't believe that they turn down the help that my wife needs. Basically they know once she gives birth, what's the next legal step is going to be no doubt. I'm actually going to talk to my wife and see how does she still feel about getting an CT scan when she gets home.

Michelle - posted on 05/30/2016

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It's just that there are tests available to find out for sure and you won't do them. A CT scan is a lot less harmful than a 15 month pregnancy and most people would do everything to prove the truth. Those that don't do everything possible seem to have a doubt about it and don't want to find out the truth.

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Wow..getting into my personal life right there..lol..but seriously yes we have..I have never gone without sex this long..man this has been something else..smh

Michelle - posted on 05/30/2016

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All I will ask, have you abstained from sex for the last 15 months?
If not then there is no way to tell when she fell pregnant if she is at all.

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Sorry Dove...all pregnacies are not the same. My wife's uterus could be tilted an whole different way than yours.

Dove - posted on 05/30/2016

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I also have a tilted uterus... my girls were easily visible during our first ultrasound at 10 weeks.

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God has a different unique plan for all of us. He doesn't make mistakes. Just because you or any female you know have never gone thru something like this or witnessed it does not mean it can not happen. You don't know any of God's plans personally. None of us do. The next second is not promised to you. My wife has had ultrasounds. Like I said, nothing was shown. She has an tilted uterus and that is one of the issues that's causing that. Yes we have been scared from time to time but all we can do is put it in God's hands and keep the faith strong. Everything happens for an reason. My wife has gotten prenatal from the nurses that are helping us. We also have different plans to try and finally get an doctor on deck that's going to help. After this is all over and done with, I have faith that everything is going to be ok. We do have alot of support thanks to God. Just know if you happened to hear about this on the news...that will be me and my wife showing everyone THE TRUTH about cryptic pregnancies.

Dove - posted on 05/30/2016

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Um... no.... and I've given birth to twins. Way too risky and potentially fatal to not be getting thoroughly checked out and regular monitoring by a doctor.

Jodi - posted on 05/30/2016

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Have you had an ultrasound? Sorry, but the fact is, babies do not grow that slowly. By not receiving the medical help you should be getting, you are potentially harming your bay/babies anyway. Can't you see that? In particular if it is twins, you are taking a MAJOR risk. CT scans are an absolute minimal risk. Lack of prenatal care is a high risk. If your wife is huge, then the pregnancy is far enough advanced that the baby is well developed. Women in early developmental stages of pregnancy are not normally that big.

God did not create us to be pregnant for longer than 9-10 months. That was God's plan. That is how God created women. Are you seriously suggesting that God made a mistake with your wife?

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That's the thing. How do you know that most of the baby's development is done? This baby is growing at an very slow rate. My wife's stomach is so huge and protrudes out, that we think it's a possibility that it could be twins since it runs in her family. Basically getting an CT scan is very risky. You're taking a gamble rather you like or not due to the type of pregnancy. I wish I could just see inside her with my eyes but unfortunately we all know that's not happening. We are just ready to hold our child or children and love them. And share this experience with as many people as we can and also get on board helping those whom are going thru the same thing. We definitely feel their pain.

Jodi - posted on 05/30/2016

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If your baby is a 15 month fetus, most of its development is done. There will be no harm. You are better off getting confirmation than not receiving adequate medical care because doctors don't believe you. That is potentially doing MORE harm to mother and baby than a CT scan, not being a normal pregnancy.....

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My wife considered that but is scared that it will hurt our unborn child. I totally understand being that this is not an normal pregnancy.

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After the tests came back negative. The doctor refused to use the fetal doppler again. He was actually the first one that told my wife she was pregnant after giving her an exam and also using his fetal doppler PICKING UP A HEARTBEAT. Different doctors also behaved the same way.

Jodi - posted on 05/30/2016

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If you have such faith in God, how about going to get that CT scan that will prove you right?

Dove - posted on 05/30/2016

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So you have a fetal doppler that picks up the heart beat, but the one at the doctor's office doesn't...? Right...

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Cori...I BELIEVE YOU. My wife and I are currently going thru the same thing that you are experiencing. She is an year and a half pregnant. We ARE ABLE TO FEEL KICKS AND MOVEMENTS all thru out the day. We also are able to PICK UP FETAL HEARTBEATS on an fetal doppler. Negative pregnancy test. Negative blood tests. Nothing seen on an ultrasound. Her stomach is very huge. Pregnant look no doubt. Doctors are turning us away because of negative tests. The woman on here are very disrespectful. They claim to have faith in science and God not knowing that you CAN NOT have both. God works in mysterious ways that at times DO NOT go by the laws of science. So basically they contradict themselves looking and sounding actually ridiculous. My wife and I stand strong in the faith of our Lord over some doctor anyday. My prayers go out to you. Stay strong and ask God to give you the strength, courage and will power to keep going. After my wife gives birth we are actually going to the news about it. Alot of woman out here needs support while going thru a type of pregnancy like this but ends up with friends and family turning their backs. And of course an audience like these woman on here. The Cryptic support group that Ms. Wheat has hits everything on the nail. I thank God for bringing a person like that forward to help those in need like my wife and you. Yes phantom pregnancies do exist. This is why a lot of people do not believe in cryptic pregnancies. I am a personal Witness to my wife's pregnancy and all of the symptoms and I stand by her a 100%. This is not the first pregnancy I have witnessed. I know a baby when he kicks and moves. I know a heartbeat when I hear one on a fetal doppler. These woman on here claims to want to give advice but are doing nothing but trying to discourage you. You sound like a very strong minded woman that knows what she is talking about. The woman who made that website about cryptic pregnancy not being true lost an baby and has not gotten over it. Once again I believe you and my prayers go out to you. Stand strong in the faith of our Lord. May you deliver an beautiful boy or girl and live a beautiful blessed life......Also you should try and find nurses whom are trained to handle pregnancies. My wife and I have several nurses that are helping us out and even they believe that my wife is pregnant. God Bless

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So do you have faith in God or in science..but u say God can work in mysterious ways. Mysterious ways do not go by the law of science..have u read anything in the bible?

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/20/2016

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Rebecca, while God can and does work in mysterious ways, over 15 months of pregnancy is NOT one of those ways.

See a different physician and request a CT scan.

Jodi - posted on 05/20/2016

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Crap, I read that as February 2016. Rebecca, get a CT scan. This is not normal. A CT scan would not harm a baby in the later stages of pregnancy.

Michelle - posted on 05/20/2016

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Rebecca: You are saying you have been pregnant for 15 months! I highly doubt it and I would say your weight gain is something else (like Jodi said) or you are just gaining weight.

Jodi - posted on 05/20/2016

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Rebecca, an almost 60lb increase in weight would be concerning in any pregnancy, but given you are not even close to what you think would be full-term, this is not pregnancy weight. This is indicative of something else going on.

Rebecca - posted on 05/19/2016

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Cori,you're not alone. I'm also going through this since February 2015 til now and I haven't put to bed. I just believe God has ways of doing his things and how he wants his people to live on earth. I went for urine and blood test it came out negative. My ultrasound was negative too. Before this issue my weight was 148lbs now I'm 205lbs with no pregnancy confirmation from any doctor,I have my period monthly. With faith have bought enough of baby stuffs in the house for boy and girl and eating good foods. I'll definitely update everyone about my story once everything works out good. I'm very glad been part of this because I believe I'm not alone.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/17/2016

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