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Layane Santos, 19, says she was in her 38th week of pregnancy when she was rushed to a maternity hospital in Sao Paulo, south east Brazil, with abdominal pain and blood loss.
She had received pre-natal treatment during her entire pregnancy, with nurses recording the growing size of her baby and even measuring the foetal heart beats. Ms Santos, a kitchen assistant, even had an ultra-sound scans in the final week of her pregnancy, which showed she was carrying a baby girl who weighed 7lbs and measured 42cm.
On the day Ms Santos believed her baby would be born, doctors at the Santa Casa de Maua hospital performed yet another ultrasound scan. 'The obstetrician diagnosed premature separation of the placenta and the patient was immediately transferred to the operating room.'
But doctors later claimed they found no baby in Ms Santos' womb and believed her 'pregnancy' had been purely psychological.
Originally posted by zonetripper2065
Sounds like they may have a dingo infestation.