Causes Late Menstruation After Intercourse?
on August 5 I menstruated for 7 days 16 20 and 21 I was in contact with my husband but as usual he released his sperm outside because I was afraid I was pregnant again, on my 22nd date, on 24th I had intercourse with releasing his sperm inside the va deliberately, and now from 6.7 and now the third day I am not feeling well whether I have a cold or what I just bought the wind to cure but that’s cm while tomorrow I don’t feel well anymore, until morning I saw a bloodstain. I can’t buy tests because of one thing or another. Actually I’m pregnant or not
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The existence of complaints of late menstruation on the third day that you experience at this time is likely to be triggered by the KB program that you used on August 22. The birth control that you use, whether it's an injection or birth control pill, or hormonal contraception, can help delay pregnancy for you. With this birth control, the fertilization process is prevented and conditions that do not support pregnancy are optimized. This can trigger disorders of the female hormonal balance, which can affect a woman's menstruation. Even if you experience complaints of blood spots, then this is likely the influence of family planning and late menstruation that you feel.
Pregnancy, not only marked by complaints of late menstruation, but, can also be characterized by complaints of feeling fuller breasts, abdominal pain, frequent urination, back pain, nausea, positive pregnancy tests, and examination by a doctor to support your pregnancy. Therefore, if you have not done a peck test or an independent pregnancy test and have not done an obstetrician's examination, then the complaint you feel is also uncertain of a pregnancy. Therefore, you should be able to wait for the next menstrual cycle to find signs of pregnancy, besides that, you should not use birth control before you make sure you are not pregnant and your pregnancy test is negative. If the test results are negative, you can continue your birth control, but if the test peck is positive, you can stop your birth control.
Apart from family planning and pregnancy, the presence of late menstrual complaints, can also be triggered by stress, a sick body condition, sleep disturbance, or the disruption of the female hormonal balance.
If you feel this complaint is getting annoying or to ensure your pregnancy, then you should be able to consult with your obstetrician in the next menstrual cycle if you have not had your period in October. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations if needed. The results of the examination will be a reference for your care and treatment.
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