Causes Frequent Urination And Negative Testpack Results?
I want to ask. About 10 of these daily I often urinate, urine is also coming out a little, and wake up in the middle of the night just to pee and now like Pete, even though I never did. When I try to check with a testpack the results are negative, only line 1 but the line is somewhat faded / vague. That’s how it is, because I am confused whether I am pregnant or not? .. please explain thank you 🙂
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The beginning of pregnancy in general will be realized if there is a late menstruation. The most common menstrual cycle for women is around 28-35 days which is calculated from the first day of menstruation in that month, in general, next month will menstruate around the same date or sometimes go forward or back around 7 days. But in conditions that affect a woman's hormonal balance, menstrual cycles can occur that extend so that menstruation is reversed
If you are aware of the late condition of menstruation, one possibility is to think of pregnancy, but it can also be another condition.
Pregnancy checks can be done in several ways such as a testpack, ultrasound, and physical examination by a doctor. The simplest examination is a testpack that measures pregnancy hormone content (HCG), an increase will occur and in general the levels that can be detected by the testpack are about one week since the last day of menstrual delay. In addition to pregnancy signs can also be considered as
Spots or blood spots where it is a patch of zygote attachment to the uterine wall that occurs during the first 2-3 days of pregnancy
Changes in breast shape due to the production of the hormone estrogen and progesterone are higher
Mild abdominal cramps that show the development of the uterus during pregnancy
Other symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, lack of appetite, and frequent urination.
Menstrual delays do not always mean that there are risks of pregnancy such as irregular eating patterns, stress, or certain medical conditions (PCOS, tumors of the uterus).
For further consultation, you can consult an obstetrician.
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