Fasting During Pregnancy?
Tonight … I want to ask the doc. In April I menstruated on 6-12, and until now I haven’t menstruated yet, yesterday, May 7 in the morning “I tried Tespeck and the results were line 2 and the red tebel was pretty, then because I was curious the afternoon I tested again and the results are the same as line 2, after that the next morning I try tespeck again with a more expensive tespeck and the results are line 2 as well, the week “I did not feel well and was often nauseous … Yesterday I went to the doctor but the doctor said because of a cold cough and tonsils … And now don’t check again to the doctor … Is that really “pregnant? In the breast area it feels very itchy, and the nipples also hurt … If it’s pregnant is it still safe to fast? Then guess ” How old is my pregnancy? Sorry, I ask a long question
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Early signs of pregnancy that are not specific and specific such as nausea, headaches, joint pain, weakness, etc. are often difficult to distinguish from the possibility of infection or other diseases in the body. However, if complaints persist for a long time especially if accompanied by a delay in menstruation, the possibility of pregnancy cannot be ruled out. These complaints and symptoms arise due to hormonal changes that occur when a woman is pregnant.
After doing the test pack as much as 3x at different times and by using different examination tools but still showing the same results, of course the possibility of pregnancy getting stronger and can not be removed, but to be more sure, you should check yourself to the doctor obstetrician to get further examination and treatment related to your condition. Generally, obstetricians will do an ultrasound examination to see the condition of your uterus.
In simple terms, gestational age can be measured from the First Day of Last Menstruation (LMP). Therefore, your estimated gestational age is around 4-5 weeks as of 6 April 2019.
The decision to practice fasting certainly depends on each decision. However, from a medical perspective, this needs to be adjusted to the overall health condition of the mother, the stage of pregnancy and the development of pregnancy, considering the age of a young pregnancy is an important phase that requires a lot of nutritional intake for the development and formation of fetal organs. If the nutritional needs can still be met even if you are fasting of course it will not be a big problem. Therefore, you should also consult with obstetricians so that you get the right information regarding your health condition.
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