Causes Of Miscarriage?
Oh yes. Thanks for the answer, I want to ask again if according to the explanation above, can there be a risk of miscarriage?
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Judging from the question that you submitted earlier, the testpack results can be interpreted if:
Two clear lines appear, both on the control line and the result line ---> means pregnant
1 clear line appears on the control line ---> means not pregnant
The vague results of the testpack, one of which cannot be used as a benchmark for diagnosis, whether a woman is pregnant or not. Therefore, it cannot be determined whether a woman is at risk of miscarriage or not. These cryptic testpack results usually occur due to inappropriate testpack procedures, urine specimens that are contaminated with drugs or bacteria, and because the examination time is too early so that pregnancy hormone levels that can be detected through the testpack are still very little.
In this condition, it is necessary to check the testpack again 3 to 7 days later. Or, you can also do an ultrasound examination by a gynecologist to confirm it. If pregnancy does not occur, then of course the risk of miscarriage will not occur. However, if pregnancy does occur, then it is true, the risk of miscarriage may occur.
For this reason, confirmation of the cryptic testpack results is very important, so that if it is true that the woman is pregnant, optimal care can be made and prevention of risks that can cause miscarriage.
That's all for our explanation. For more details, please consult directly with an obstetrician.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah