Cause Late Menstruation But Negative Test Results?
Hello … good afternoon … I want to ask, right yesterday 14th of December I menstruated then on 11 January I menstruated again on February I should have menstruated on 7-8 February I didn’t have to wait for this … Is this pregnant or what? But this morning on February 19th I got my period how was it pregnant or not, but it was tested that I was negative … My menstrual cycle 28 days ago, I didn’t use anything
Hello Bebebz, Thank you for the question.
Is the bleeding the same as your usual menstrual blood? If you can be sure that the bleeding is the same as menstrual blood then you do indeed menstruate. If you have menstruated on February 19, 2019, then you are not pregnant. During menstruation, a new egg starts to develop in the ovary. This egg cell will develop until cooked. When a woman enters the fertile period, these mature eggs will be released from the ovary into the fallopian tube. If at this time the body is in contact and sperm enter the uterus, sperm can meet and fertilize these eggs. The results of this fertilization will develop, attach to the uterus, and develop into a fetus. If fertilization does not occur (sperm does not meet the egg), then the egg will die and decay along with the uterine wall, menstruation occurs. Testpack is one of the pregnancy tests. If the negative testpack results are added to the condition you have menstruated, then you are not pregnant.
But if you experience bleeding that is fainter, less, and shorter than usual, then maybe this February 19 bleeding is implantation bleeding, which is when the fertilization results are attached to the uterine wall, or when the process of pregnancy begins. In that case, you can repeat the testpack 1 week later to confirm the results.
If you are still worried or have further questions, you should consult an obstetrician so your doctor can ask further about this complaint and your menstrual history and then examine you. After understanding your condition, the doctor will provide further treatment if necessary and provide further explanation about your condition.
Hopefully this information is useful.