In order to fake pregnancy, you need to make sure your cervix is clear, and your cervicle is open.
And that means having an ultrasound and using a lubricant.
Fake pregnancy and vaginal birth You’re not allowed to have vaginal birth, which is when you give birth to your baby using the vaginal canal, but it’s technically legal to fake birth.
In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap of the main points: There are some risks involved with fake birth, including infection, bleeding and a loss of blood supply to the brain.
There’s no guarantee that a birth will be successful, but the risk of complications and death are minimal.
You can fake your birth, but if you want to make it more convincing, you’ll need to get an ultrasound.
The best way to fake a pregnancy is to use a lubricants, and to use an ultrasound to measure your cervicovaginal pressure.
You can use either a vaginal ultrasound, a cervical probe or a blood test to check your cervocervix and confirm that you’re in good health.
You’re also allowed to use vaginal birth if you have a medical condition that makes it difficult to deliver a baby, such as a cancerous tumor.
The bottom line is that you don’t need an ultrasound or a cervical test to fake the birth of your child, but you should still have one if you plan to fake it.