November 7, 2017
Amie claims that at 19 weeks pregnant with a baby girl, she suffered a miscarriage. She says that four to six weeks later, she became pregnant again, this time with triplets, which eventually turned into a twin pregnancy. She says she carried the twins until they were born early at 33 weeks and 4 days, and claims they died shortly after birth.
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Amie’s former friend, Courtney, says she questions whether Amie was pregnant either time, as she never saw any proof.
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Dr. Nita Landry, board certified OBGYN and one of the co-hosts of The Doctors, weighs in on the possibility of Amy becoming pregnant four to six weeks after a miscarriage.
“It’s possible,” she tells Dr. Phil on Tuesday’s episode. “Absolutely knowing that it’s twins or triplets within four to six weeks, that would not be possible. So, that story in totality would not be possible because once you ovulate, then you have to have fertilization, and then you have to have implantation, and then the babies need time to grow so that we can see it on sonogram. So, within four to six weeks that’s not possible.”