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Phantom pregnancy, also called a pseudo-pregnancy or a false pregnancy, is where a dog appears to be pregnant but is not actually pregnant.
Yes. In a phantom pregnancy, the body is tricked into feeling like it is pregnant. Consequently the same hormones present in a real pregnancy will be present in the body of someone who is undergoing a phantom pregnancy, and these hormones are what a pregnancy test detects.
Yes, dogs can have phantom or pseudopregnancies.
It is called a Phantom pregnancy.
A horse who is experiencing a phantom pregnancy will have symptoms of an actual pregnancy. These symptoms include the horse being tired with a puffed up stomach.
no... that kind of pregnancy is all in your head
I have heard that men can have phantom pregnancy's in sympathy of their partner!
If you meant 'imaginary' pregnancy - it's also known as a 'phantom pregnancy'