21 Days Late Menstruation, Negative Testpack And Vaginal Discharge?
Afternoon, I am a woman of 29 years old and just got married 5 months ago. I am currently 21 days late (last menstruation on 7th-12th December), I have had a testpack every week but the results are always negative. Finally “I get tired, sleepy, often urinate, constipation, appetite sometimes also want sometimes not because of frequent nausea after eating, leucorrhoea is quite a lot but the color is like egg white or sometimes like white cream and odorless. During this time I did have an irregular menstrual cycle and if I counted last year I menstruated only 9x. What I want to ask : 1. Can I have intercourse if the results are still negative? 2. When can I do another testpack? 3. Do I have to check with the midwife or obstetrician as soon as possible? 4. What do you need to do an ultrasound? Thank you in advance. Sorry for the questions I know a lot.
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First of all, you need to make sure in advance, do you check the test pack the right way (using first urine in the morning, you follow all instructions carefully, including how long you dipped the test pack and when you should read the test pack you)?
If you have done the examination the right way and your test pack results are always negative, then chances are that you are not currently pregnant. The delay in your period can be caused by other things, for example:
hormonal disorders due to excessive stress, excessive body weight or too little, excessive weight gain or increase, excessive exercise hormonal disorders due to certain diseases such as diabetes, PCOS, thyroid hormone disorders, etc. side effects of certain drugs or use of hormonal contraception premature ovarian failure or early menopause To find out the exact cause of menstrual disorders that you experience, you should do a check-up to the obstetrician (especially because it is long ago your menstrual cycle is irregular). The obstetrician is likely to do examinations (blood tests and ultrasound examination can also be done). Examination does not have to be done as soon as possible, you can try to reduce stress first, lose weight if there is excess weight or gain weight if there is less weight, do regular exercise but not excessive. If you still do not experience menstruation for up to 3 months, you should check with your obstetrician immediately.
Regarding whether you can have sex, you may have sexual relations whether you have menstruation or not menstruation, but if you do plan to postpone pregnancy, make sure you use a condom or other contraception before sexual intercourse.
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