Dizziness And Nausea But Negative Testpack Results?
Good afternoon, I want to ask at the end “I feel dizzy and nauseous, tend to be more dominant in the morning, because I am curious, I try a pregnancy test using materials at home such as urine mixed with salt and urine mixed with toothpaste. .. r nBoth methods show that the results are positive r nBut I am not sure, I checked using a testpack the results are negative …? r nThen what should I do if I find something like this …? more accurate results sample or testpack results …? r nThanks😊
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Several ways can be done as a tool for pregnancy tests, one of them using natural methods. The natural way is done for example by using sugar, salt, using bleach or by using soap. In principle, the natural way is done with the aim to see whether there is a reaction with the hormone HCG (a hormone produced when someone is pregnant).
But of course the test kits that you make yourself not necessarily accurate. Another way that can be used is to use a testpack. However, this testpack inspection also cannot guarantee accurate results due to several factors such as improper checking time.
Testpack examination should be done after 1 week you are late for your period, where waiting time is needed because in the early pregnancy test or pregnancy test that is too early it will be difficult to detect HCG in the urine. Or if you can't wait to find out if you are pregnant or not, try asking your obstetrician to do a blood test. This test can detect earlier than the testpack, although it takes more time to find out the results because it is not as constant as the testpack.
Besides doing a pregnancy test, you also need to know the early signs of pregnancy. And if you experience early symptoms of pregnancy you should check with your obstetrician to find out the condition of the pregnancy and the fetus in your stomach.
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