2 Weeks Late Menstruation, Positive Pregnancy But Brown Spots Appear?
I have been 2 weeks late menstruating, the first test when I was late for 1 day the results were positive, immediately checked the obstetrician, the fetal sac was not visible and suggested checking again after 2 weeks. Previously I came out brown spots, on the H day I wanted to check again, I had blood like menstrual blood without heartburn or stomach cramps and when I checked the fetal sac was still not visible and recommended to rest completely and come back 2 weeks again, even if I was pregnant then I have entered the age of 6 weeks of pregnancy. r nI am asking if this is indeed menstrual blood or miscarriage or other reasons. Indeed, before I had ovarian cysts, but when I checked the size of the cysts kept getting smaller
In the early stages of pregnancy, the ultrasound examination cannot see the condition of the fetus, considering that the fetus is still very small so that it can not be seen on an ultrasound examination. Usually the examination of hCG levels can detect a person's pregnancy in the early stages of pregnancy. But unfortunately, checking hCG levels cannot monitor the health condition or development of the fetus.
Maisa doesn't need to worry too much, even though there are brown spots or blood coming out, this condition could be a condition known as fetal implantation. Fetal implantation is a condition where the results of fertilization (egg and sperm) will stick to the fetal wall so that it can develop into a fetus. It is not uncommon for this condition to cause blood stains. However, what needs to be considered is that the condition of fetal implantation generally occurs on days 7-10 since conception, and the duration is only about 1-2 days.
Another consideration is
Ectopic pregnancy, which is a condition when the fertilized product develops outside the uterus.
As a result of having sex during pregnancy
The placenta is low, that is, it is located at the bottom close to the cervix
Suggestions for you are to avoid strenuous physical activity and get plenty of rest, make sure you also consume nutritious foods. Don't forget to go back to your gynecologist, because at this time you can't confirm the state of your pregnancy. That is why it is necessary to have regular evaluations to monitor the progress / development of your pregnancy condition.
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