Effect Of Vitamin E Consumption With Cryptic Testpack Results?
Hello doctor, r nI take folavit and ever e once a day and drink it before going to bed, I just consumed it since my last menstrual period (my last period was August 19, 2018 and finished around August 25 2018) r nSy has a menstrual cycle when girls are irregular, but after marriage and the last 3 months of my menstruation cycle is 30 days, I just got married for 6 months. r nI should have my period again around 19 September 18, I tried the Tespack after being late for 3 days and the results were 2 lines 1 one is faint and one is bright. I tried the Tespack 2 times the results were the same and it was still vague. r nI immediately went to the obstetrician and was informed that the fetal sac had not been seen and there was already a thickening of the uterine wall. I was advised to come back for a checkup in the next 2 weeks because the doctor’s info on the fetal bag was only visible after 6 weeks, I was given folavit and utrogestan 100 mg r nI tried the Tespack again today (5 days late) using a different testpack, the results also 2 lines and 1 is faint but a little clearer than what I want to ask, am I pregnant or not? And is there any possibility that I will be false positive because I have ever consumed the doctor?
Hello Triyatul, Thank you for the question.
Testpack is a pregnancy detector that can be done at home with a urine sample. This test functions to detect the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) hormone that is in the body when pregnancy occurs. If you find two red lines on the testpack, no matter how faint the second line is, it is almost certain that you are pregnant. However, of course the results of this examination must be confirmed by an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician and gynecologist. An ultrasound examination that finds the gestational sac with the embryo / future fetus confirms pregnancy. If the ultrasound examination is done too early, it is possible that the fetal sac is not visible. Therefore, doctors usually recommend repeat ultrasound examinations because over time, the progress of the pregnancy will be easier to see on the ultrasound. Testpacks can give false positive results if you have urinary tract infections, myoma, recently had a miscarriage, ovarian cysts, side effects of drugs. Please go back to check with a gynecologist according to the recommended examination schedule to ensure pregnancy. At this time, it is not certain that you are pregnant. Even so, please you still consume nutritious food. Do not carelessly consume raw food or drugs. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.
Hope this information is useful.