I can of course. And I can see how some women might not tell the truth too.
As I said, it's a pointless question. It's not like they can do anything about it either way. Even if they know full well one party (or even both) is entirely making it up - what difference does it make.
Skanks have babies all the time, drinking, smoking, drugs and whatnot. The doctors can't do a single thing about it.
The woman will be more closely monitored during pregnancy and her ability to care for the child will be assessed after the child is born. Home checks & family interviews will be done.
She'll basically have social services on her back for the duration of her pregnancy, and after her child is born - its not like they don't act on it.
A false report like that could have serious consequences for a vulnerable woman in such a situation.
Can you imagine the dangerous scenarios it could cause?
"If you tell anyone I hit you, I'll tell the doctor you're drinking every night and the baby will be taken off you." - that's the reality of what would happen. It would be used as yet another means of control.
I can think of more than a few situations I've heard of where the man/father would absolutely have made a false report if given an opportunity to privately "verify" whether the woman was telling the truth or not.
Its a system open to manipulation and abuse. A womans word should be enough, I think.