Do I Feel This Is A Pregnancy?
I want to share and ask at the same time … Last month (January 2019) I missed my period 3 days (which was supposed to be on my 14th day), I also felt like a sign of pregnancy. Starting from nausea, vomiting, sensitive to odor, frequent urination, mild stomach cramps, bleeding gums, indigestion, dizziness and sometimes fainting, easily tired. Because I was still confused and curious I finally tried to consult with the obstetrician, because I had experienced arbortus (miscarriages) I was given an obstetric booster and folic acid from the doctor. The second day (on 18 January 2019) I took the medicine, I bled out and it lasted for almost 7 days. But until now on February 4, 2019 I still feel the symptoms mentioned above. Do I feel this is a pregnancy or not? Thanks.
Hello, good morning, Liya
Late menstruation, nausea, vomiting, sensitive to odor, frequent urination, stomach cramps, fatigue, and dizziness can indeed be signs / symptoms early in pregnancy, but all of them are signs / symptoms that are uncertain. These signs and symptoms can also occur outside of pregnancy , that's why the signs and symptoms are called uncertain signs / symptoms. Certain signs of pregnancy include the discovery of a sac of pregnancy on ultrasound of the fetal heart rate on examination using doppler, or the palpability of fetal movement (in advanced pregnancy).
In your case, where you have been given a booster medication but then you experience a blood spots release, there are several possible conditions for the blood spots release, including:
blood spots due to the process of attaching a fertilized egg in the uterine wall (implantation process), this can occur in a healthy pregnancy
pregnancy outside the womb
To ensure your condition, we strongly recommend that you immediately return to your obstetrician. The doctor will do a physical examination and additional examinations, such as an ultrasound examination, to see the exact condition in your uterus. While waiting for a doctor's schedule, do bed rest, minimize standing and walking time, avoid sexual intercourse during blood spots. If the blood spots turn out to be bleeding a lot like menstruation, fresh red, accompanied by abdominal cramps, then no longer delaying seeing a doctor huh ..
That's all, hopefully it helps ..