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Can a baby hide in the women body.. Can it be that small not to be showen in the wond...

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replied September 3rd, 2008
Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms Answer A4608
Current medical status: My bereast are swallen my I'm having back pains.. I'm gettting a belly..
Current medical treatment: I took a test and it came out negative.. And I went to the docktors and it came out negative two...but I feel something move inside of me..

No baby can stay hidden in a womans body. An inexperienced doctor may miss a small embryo on an ultrasound scan but biochemical tests (detection of HCG) will reveal any pregnancy no matter how small the embryo is.

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