Chances Of Getting Pregnant If Bleeding From The Vagina?
Good morning, I want to ask.rnI’m a newly married couple. My HPHT is 28 March 2018.rnAnd lately I have been feeling strange in my stomach. I often have bloating, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, back pain, and mucus appears from my vagina like egg white mixed with blood and then there is pain like when I want to menstruate .rnAnd today the blood that comes out is getting more and more.rnrnMy next period is on the 25th and my cycle is always regular!rnThe blood that comes out is red, not blackish clots like menstruation. rnAm I pregnant? Because I tested it’s still negative
Hello, Fitrilyh, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Bleeding from the vagina can be a sign of menstruation, a sign of pregnancy, or a problem with the reproductive organs. If vaginal blood comes out within 21-35 days of your HPHT, then it could be menstrual blood (because it's still in the cycle). However, if the blood comes out before 21 days or after 35 days from your HPHT, then the following are possible causes:
1. Psychological stress
2. Physical fatigue
3. Weight changes that are too extreme
4. Changes in hormonal balance
6. Reproductive tract disorders
To determine the cause, you can go to the doctor for a more complete consultation and further examinations such as urine tests and ultrasound. There are early signs of pregnancy that are similar to the signs of menstruating, therefore further examination is necessary to determine them. In early pregnancy sometimes appear PMS-like signs (premenstrual syndrome) such as menstrual pain, mood changes, abdominal cramps, breast tenderness, or fatigue. Bleeding in early pregnancy is usually in the form of spots and not like fresh blood. To find out if you are pregnant or not, try to do a test pack again or go to the doctor for an examination.
If bleeding profusely, abdominal pain gets worse, then rest, get enough fluids (drink at least 8 glasses a day) and nutrition, and take paracetamol to relieve pain. Or if it is very weak or very painful you can consult a doctor.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
Regards, dr. Sarah Rizqia.