Can It Be Said To Be Pregnant When Menstruation Is Late And A Little Menstrual Blood Comes Out.?
night, I am a woman aged 24 years and do not plan to add a baby, I feel confused about getting pregnant or not. first I menstruated on the 14th of February and on the 21st I was in contact with my husband where sperm came out inside, for that moment on the 22nd of February exactly 24 hours I immediately took Postinor 2 without any direct side effects such as dizziness or bleeding in the genital area , but what I felt on 2 March, the nipple was painful when held and on 5 March the genitals released blood spots that lasted for 3-4 days. Exactly today March 22 March I menstruate or not too confused because the blood that comes out is not as much as when menstruation on the first day that took place swiftly. I asked whether I was indicated pregnant or not? because what I felt on 2maret and 5maret was like a sign of pregnancy, or was it because of the effects of the postinor medication I was taking and disrupting my first day’s menstrual cycle.
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Levonorgestrel is an emergency contraceptive taken orally, for women who have recently had unprotected sex. Some of the side effects that can be caused by this drug are nausea, bleeding that occurs after 2-3 days of dosing, then immediately stops, tension in the breast and headache.
As for the signs of pregnancy also that must be known that is late in coming months, the breast feels more sensitive, more frequent urination, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, sensitive to smell, loss of appetite, constipation, mood swings, dizziness, and spotting of blood (implantation bleeding).
But the signs above cannot be used as definite signs of pregnancy. There are three indicators that are only used as definite signs of pregnancy:
It feels the fetal movement in the stomach The fetal heartbeat is heard in the stomach Detected the fetus through ultrasound examination Therefore to find out whether you are pregnant or not, you should check directly to a specialist obstetrician and gynecologist, so that a thorough examination can be done thoroughly , such as questions and answers the first day of last menstruation, physical examination of the abdomen, and supporting examinations such as test packs and ultrasound, so that treatment can be given according to your diagnosis.
As for the things you can do right now are:
Get plenty of rest Not having a heavy activity Eat nutritious foods, especially those rich in iron and folic acid Avoiding stress Diligent control to the doctor if known while pregnant. Also read the article: am I pregnant
Such information that I can provide, hopefully can help you.