dont worry casaan i had this had the implant fitted at 6 weeks pp and up until last week was sure i was pregnant even had the same phantom kicks you described went to the doctors and they felt my stomach and said thy couldnt feel my uterus (as it would be aplpable by now) and said you can get these symptoms on the implant lol xxx
See i know of someone who didnt know until 20ish weeks, baby has lots of problems and didnt make it
I don't know anyone directly who had problems finding out late, but I can see your point. I guess if you believed you were pregnant, but got false results, you'd look after yourself anyway and probably do appropriate research etc.
I know of at least five babies being healthy despite not having pre-natal care. I guess it's down to having good health in the first place - it'd only really be a problem if you weren't aware that you were pregnant and you come under the high risk category.
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