Causes Of Late Menstruation And Negative Test Pack Results?
Hi doctor, I would like to ask the doctor if I am pregnant or this is a sign that there is cancer or another disease that is dangerous to me. R nInitially I did not have a period of 46 days from my last date, period of 2/7/18 … but I am often sick head, dizziness, drowsiness, strong urination, and felt a touch in the lower part of my stomach but there was no sign of blood or any blood that came out. When in a few weeks there was a small pile of blood when I was little, after that I also had blood liquid like urine. sometimes I feel like pain in the lower part of the stomach..the week after 9/8/18 I did a pregnancy test but it was negative..I was worried, afraid of my condition..I always looked tired … I was quickly sleepy .. this week I haven’t done the pregnancy test yet..because I am afraid..for my doctoral knowledge I have only been married for 9 months .. am I pregnant or do I have a dangerous disease? and what do I need to do to uk get certainty..thank you doctor and I hope that the doctor can help explain to me ..
From the information you convey, there are times in the lifetime of a woman who experiences delayed menstruation or menstrual disorders at one time. The influence of physical conditions, stress, physical fatigue, or experiencing complaints of illness can be common causes of complaints of this menstrual disorder.
If you experience complaints of delayed menstruation, and the results of pregnancy tests are negative, then this late menstruation is probably not a sign of pregnancy. Especially if it is not supported by other signs of pregnancy, such as tight breasts, nausea, sensitivity, or maybe urinating frequently.
Therefore, you should wait for another menstrual cycle in the next month, if you have not had your period, then you can continue with the pregnancy re-examination.
If the results are negative, then you can consult directly to your gynecologist to consult about your condition and also related to the pregnancy or pregnancy you want.
Thus, the doctor can perform a direct physical examination and investigations such as ultrasound to help determine the cause. The results of the examination will serve as a reference for treatment for you.
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