Causes Of Menstrual Cycle Disorders After Intercourse?
, I have an irregular menstrual cycle. I can’t remember exactly when I last had my period, but it was around mid-March yesterday. Post-menstruation, my partner and I had sex several times until about a week ago. We don’t wear protection. If you see, I should have entered the PMS phase by now. But so far I have not felt any signs. My partner had an internal penetration in January, but there was no pregnancy and I still had my period in February and March.rnDo I need to have my pregnancy checked or do I need to wait a while to confirm my PMS phase? Then for the good, should I go straight to the doctor or use a testpeck to check my womb?
Disorders of the menstrual cycle are one of the signs of pregnancy, but keep in mind that a menstrual cycle that does not occur can be caused by other reasons outside of pregnancy. Problems with the thyroid, ovarian cysts, use of birth control, even psychological stress can affect a person's menstrual cycle. So it is not appropriate to rely solely on the menstrual cycle to state whether a person is pregnant or not. The testpack can actually be used since fertilization occurs, but most results can be positive when menstruation reaches a week late. However, of course the testpack can also produce false positive results, namely positive results in non-pregnant conditions such as moles. Therefore in the end you still have to check with your obstetrician to confirm your pregnancy. Pregnancy is confirmed with an ultrasound examination that detects fetal heart activity from the 4th week of gestation. Here we attach an article about signs of pregnancy. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief