Do Not Feel The Signs Of Pregnancy During Young Pregnancy, Is It Normal?
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Please note, the signs of pregnancy can be classified into 2, namely:
Signs of subjective pregnancy, for example in the form of late menstruation, nausea, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, mood swings, breasts become swollen and more sensitive, frequent urination, difficulty defecating, decreased appetite, stomach cramps, etc.
Objective pregnancy signs, for example in the form of positive testpack results, appear to be fetal skeletal or fetal heartbeat sounds through ultrasound examination
Not all women who become pregnant will experience signs of subjective pregnancy. If any of these signs appear, then the intensity can also vary, some are mild so that they are not too conscious, some are so great that it causes the disruption of daily activities. Therefore, not the appearance of distinctive signs of pregnancy as you experience it actually does not always indicate a pregnancy disorder.
Provided that the ultrasound examination is clearly visible signs of pregnancy, in the form of a pregnancy sac containing a fetus, then that means you are indeed pregnant, regardless of whether or not there are subjective signs of pregnancy that you feel. A fetus in a normal pregnancy will generally only become apparent after the uterus is 8 weeks or more. Therefore, it is recommended that you do a repeat pregnancy check-up to a gynecologist in 3 to 4 weeks to determine whether you are actually pregnant or not. If your next examination schedule still does not appear to the fetus filling the sac of pregnancy in your uterus, then there may be many possibilities, for example empty pregnancy (blighted ovum), miscarriage, miscalculation of gestational age, and so on. As with normal pregnancy, signs of subjective pregnancy can also be experienced or not experienced by women who experience an empty pregnancy or ectopic pregnancy. In an empty pregnancy, the fetus often does not appear at all on an ultrasound examination, even though the estimated gestational age has exceeded 8 weeks. Meanwhile, in ectopic pregnancy, there is often no sign of pregnancy at all in the uterus (either the pregnancy sac or fetus), but rather it exists outside the uterus (for example in the fallopian tubes, ovaries, or even in the pelvic cavity). So, the signs of subjective pregnancy alone cannot be used as a reference in determining whether a person is pregnant normally or not.
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