HELLO I HAVE NOT GOTTEN MY PERIOD SINCE MAY OF 2011 and i have breast milk and my belly keeps getting bigger and bigger. i have taken several pregnancy test that all came up negative. i feel my belly moving at times and i breathe very heavily when laying down. i have been to my obgyn and they said i am having a hormonal pregnancy but i believe i am really pregnant.i jus got spotting recently and cramping also and if i am pregnant i would 8 months. i eat every 4 hours and go to the restroom every hour also. can anyone help me and tell me if i am pregnant or not
Go back to the ob-gyn and get an ultrasound. Look at it on the screen yourself. If there is a visible baby, you are pregnant. If not, it might be a false pregnancy. Let your doctor be your guide when looking at the ultrasound, so you will believe it is true.
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