Feel The Early Signs Of Pregnancy But The Results Of The Testpack And Ultrasound Are Negative?
Good afternoon doc, I’m Dessy from Medan. I am now 26 years old. I have been married for 7 months with my husband. u003cbr / u003so, doc, the past 2 months I do not know whether I am pregnant or not. , then my breast hurts so much. in December I did not know it was menstruation or fertilization process, on the 6th & 7th of June 7, I experienced blood like menstruation but only a little (I did not notice the color, because I thought I was menstruating). then the last 2 months I was sick to my stomach every morning, evening, night … my breasts are very painful, and lately my stomach feels cramped, my uterus aches, and my stomach feels very tight. at the beginning of December I did a medical check-up but there wasn’t any disease (thank God). I feel nausea every day, my body temperature rises, and I just realized there was a linea nigra line below the navel to my genitals. I have a test pack but it’s negative. in December I have also been to an obstetrician and transvagina. but the doctor also stated that he was not pregnant and that there were no diseases. but I feel all the symptoms like being pregnant. even my lower abdomen gets bigger and feels tight once in a while.
Thank you for the question.
Nausea, fatigue, dizziness, mood swings, breast pain, enlarged abdomen and tightness, hot body, black lines appearing below the navel to the genitals, and slight menstrual bleeding may be part of the signs. subjective sign of pregnancy. Said to be subjective, because these complaints can also be felt by women who are not pregnant, for example due to dyspepsia, stress, excessive anxiety, digestive infections or other organ systems, intestinal inflammation, hormonal disorders, endometriosis, ectopic pregnancy, grape pregnancy, ovarian cysts psychosomatic disorders, bipolar disorder and so on.
At first glance, referring to your information, where you have done a testpack and examination directly to the obstetrician, then it is said that you are not pregnant, chances are that your condition does not occur due to pregnancy. Because, if you really are pregnant, your pregnancy should be big enough, so that when on ultrasound it can be clearly seen the sac of pregnancy or the fetus that fills your uterus. If there are no visible signs of pregnancy at all, then that means you are not pregnant.
To ensure this, it never hurts you to ask a second opinion to another obstetrician to have it checked again. Meanwhile, you can first resolve your complaints by increasing your rest, eating more regularly, compressing warm stomach and breast that feels uncomfortable, managing your emotions properly, exercising regularly, and eating a variety of foods that are of balanced nutritional value. Avoid taking any medicine if not prescribed directly by a doctor.
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