Faint Testpack Results Is Pregnant?
Afternoon, I want to ask … My cellphone is July 16 2019 and until now I haven’t menstruated, so 4 days late I try a testpack and the results are 2 lines but vague, in the afternoon I go check with the midwife to find out if my baby is pregnant, but after checking in to the midwife and re-checking the midwife I still can’t say I’m pregnant because the results are still vague … 3 days later I try the testpack again, and the results of 2 faint lines are clearer compared to 3 days ago, so far it’s been 10 days I am late for menstruation … Breasts swell, nausea u0026amp; I feel dizzy right now … According to the doctor, am I pregnant? If I get pregnant, if I go to the doctor, do you see the fetus with ultrasound with a very young gestational age? And what is the age of my current uterus if I really am pregnant? Please explain, thank you.
To ensure pregnancy can be done in several ways including by noticing changes in the body where the body can cause signs of pregnancy such as breast pain, late menstruation, becoming more sensitive to odor, abdominal pain, more easily tired, nausea and vomiting, mood swings for no apparent reason and other pregnancy symptoms.
At the initial examination itself can use a testpack but if in doubt of the results of the testpack to ensure it needs to be done a definite examination by checking the levels of beta hcg that arise when a woman is pregnant and also an ultrasound examination to determine whether there is a fetal sac formed which is a sure sign of pregnancy. To see the fetal sac itself can be done at very young gestational age can range from less than 1 month of pregnancy or in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Meanwhile, to find out the age of pregnancy itself can be used as a benchmark for the first day of the last menstruation or by an ultrasound examination. If the HPHT is July 16 then the gestational age enters week 5. Immediately check with your obstetrician and obstetrician to ensure pregnancy and do periodic control of the doctor or midwife and keep fulfilling a balanced nutritional intake, drink plenty of water, avoid exposure to cigarettes, adequate the need for rest so that the pregnancy continues to run smoothly the mother and fetus are healthy.
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