Bleeding From The Vagina, Is It A Sign Of Pregnancy Or Not?
I have not checked whether I am pregnant or not. But I have had sex more than 4x and there was intermittent before menstruation there is also after menstruation then mid-month then my menstrual schedule in January has passed and then I have intercourse again. But, I already feel there are characteristics of pregnancy but why do I even bleed huh? Last night just spotting then now like menstruation. Am I pregnant or not?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before explaining further, we can briefly say that we cannot confirm whether you are currently pregnant or not.
Because if the benchmark is the characteristics of pregnancy, the characteristics that we know such as late menstruation, changes in breast shape, nausea, vomiting, cravings, stomach cramps, increased frequency of urination and so on are the weakest signs of pregnancy. All women who are not pregnant can experience this and vice versa, those who are indeed pregnant, do not always experience all of these things.
Then, blood is not impossible in pregnancy. You could indeed be threatened with miscarriage, and must undergo certain treatments so that miscarriages don't really occur. And of course, it could be that bleeding is an ordinary period. Because sex many times, even dozens of times, does not guarantee a person to get pregnant.
Therefore, the best step you can take now is to check with your obstetrician. Because only the examination to the obstetrician can determine whether you are pregnant or not. Obstetricians can do an ultrasound examination and if you get a pregnancy bag and fetal heart rate through ultrasound, you are pregnant. If not found, then maybe the examination will be repeated 1-2x again and if still not found, then you are said to not be pregnant. After establishing your status whether you are pregnant or not, the best treatment for you can be determined.
Meanwhile, let's just say that you are pregnant now. Limit your physical activity, avoid coffee consumption and sexual relations, do not lift heavy loads, live a healthy lifestyle, avoid smoking and pollution, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.