Feel The Movements In The Stomach And Negative Testpack Results?
Good morning, I want to ask why there are movements in my stomach like there is a baby but I have tested the pack and the results were negative and I felt it after the cesarean section 2 years ago. The incision even sometimes still feels itchy. R nBefore I operated on everything alright. r n Please help the solution. thank you
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience can be caused by several things, including the condition of pseudocyesis or false pregnancy. This is a fairly rare condition and does sound strange, but it can happen. Women who experience pseudocyesis experience signs that are very similar to pregnancy, such as nausea, vomiting, no menstruation, bulging tummy, weight gain, enlargement of the uterus, enlarged breasts like a pregnant woman, and even feel a sensation like wanting to give birth. This condition can occur in a matter of weeks, months and years.
The cause of this condition is still not known with certainty, but among the factors are psychological factors, certain health problems such as tumors, severe obesity and pregnancy outside the uterus. Some studies also show that a history of sexual harassment, disharmonious households or other external factors can influence the occurrence of this condition.
The next possibility is a disorder or abnormality in the nerves. This is mainly because you feel it after a cesarean section. When a cesarean section is incised, there may be parts of the nerve that are injured so that strange sensations appear that should not be present. The last possibility is psychological influence but outside the conditions of pseudocyesis.
However, further tests must be done to find out your true condition. Our advice, check yourself to the obstetrician for further examination, and see if there are certain abnormalities in your uterus. If there are no problems, you can try to check yourself with a neurologist or other specialist doctor in accordance with the findings and recommendations of your obstetrician. Meanwhile, no need to worry too much and keep living a healthy lifestyle. So, hopefully answering your question.