Can KB If One Week Late Menstruation And Negative Test Pack Results?
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For the use of birth control is things that are used to prevent pregnancy can be done using pills taken, injections, or by installing family planning devices in the reproductive area. The use of FP is required for those who are not pregnant and the pregnancy must be confirmed beforehand.
The easiest pregnancy checkup is to use a device called a test pack where it detects an increase in the pregnancy hormone called HcG. This can usually be detected from 7 to 10 days since the missed menstrual date. And to test the seabiknya is when I wake up in the morning the most concentrated urine so that the possibility for false negatives is less. If the results are negative, you should retest with a gap of about 5 to 7 days. To ensure other tests that may be performed is an ultrasound test this is to consult with a gynecologist so that pregnancy can be ascertained or not, and also pay attention to some of the symptoms that may occur at the start of pregnancy such as
Late menstrual cycle
Discomfort in the lower abdomen
Spots when the fetus attaches to the uterine wall
Nausea, vomiting, especially in the morning (morning sickness)
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