Effect Of Intercourse During Menstruation Late
Morning Doc, Doc wants to ask, my wife is almost 2 weeks late, but 2 times the test pack was negative. But after we had intercourse, my wife had bloody and painful menstrual plaques, did that result from intercourse? And if at that time it was related would it be positively pregnant?
Thank you for the question.
Having sex at any time during a woman's menstrual cycle (except when menstruating), if not done with safety, has the potential to cause pregnancy. It's just that the potential for this pregnancy can vary, some are big (if done around the fertile period), and some are small. Late menstruation your wife may indicate that she is pregnant. But it could also be, menstruation comes late due to other factors, such as fatigue, stress, hormonal disorders, ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy, side effects of hormonal birth control, obesity, unhealthy lifestyle, ovarian cysts, and so on.
If the testpack results are negative, then it is very likely that your wife is not pregnant. However, to be sure, ideally an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician is required. It's just that, considering that currently outbreaks of COVID-19, an examination to the doctor for non-emergency cases (including checks to ensure pregnancy) should be postponed to minimize the risk of you and your wife contracting the disease. Instead, you can ask your wife to do another 1-2 week re-testpack.
So that menstruation is smoother (if it turns out your wife is not pregnant), you can encourage your wife to rest more and eat vegetables and fruits that are rich in antioxidants. Not only that, help calm his mind, accompany him to exercise every day, remind him to maintain ideal body weight, and do not carelessly give him medicine or herbal medicine without consulting first.
The rest, if the testpack results are still negative and your wife's menstruation still does not come for months, if this outbreak has subsided, you can check with your doctor or obstetrician to be given the best solution according to his condition.
Hope this helps ...