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Is it true?

I heard from alot of people that if you think you might be pregnant and you worry about it alot your body will actually think it is and you will sghow symptoms. Is this true?
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maybe not really. if your obsessive about it then yeah its possible
172023 tn?1334675884
Just take a look at forums where women have been trying to conceive for a long time.  They have all the symptoms, every month.  So it is quite possible to feel pregnant if you are constantly thinking about it.

The only way to truly tell is to take a pregnancy test if you think you are pregnant, and to see your doctor if you are not sure about what is happening.  

Good luck!
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It is possible, but not always... Your mind has ways of playing cruel tricks on us... I hope this helps...

Lindsey
187316 tn?1386360282
Yep there is actually a psychological condition for it called pseudocyesis spurious pregnancy or phantom pregnancy. Its when you believe so much that you are pregnant you can trick your body into thinking that you are as well. People can actually get all the symptoms of pregnancy, miss months of AF and start looking pregnant but there is no baby present. Weird right.
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i read your other posts n you really think your pregnant so why dont you take a test to get an actual answer
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