Feel The Sign Of Pregnancy But The Testpack And Ultrasound Is Negative?
Good evening. My partner and I have a marital relationship on November 21 (my wife last menstruated on the 6th and stopped on November 9). After intercourse, my wife often complained that her lower abdomen was a slight pain, but it was only for a moment. After 1 week my wife complained of dizziness and increased appetite. On December 4 my wife experienced bleeding such as light menstruation for only two days (two days before menstrual time usually). Then on the 6th my wife went through a ringy hemorrhage for just one day. We then tried with a digital test pack and the results were negative (my wife just dipped the test pack for a few seconds) … because I was not satisfied on the 11th I brought my wife and when the ultrasound was still dark … the doctor thought she had a urinary tract infection … but, my wife continues to experience changes in this sixth week … her stomach is getting bloated, sometimes feeling nauseous and dizzy … her urine is smooth … even wanting to urinate continuously … now she complains every day if her waist hurts like she wants to menstruate … and her lower abdomen is tight- nyut (in a short time) .. but menses don’t come (I think it’s late for menses) .. now the wife feels pain in the lower part of the stomach until the groin … but the pain is mild … even when she laughs sometimes she feels mild pain. under the stomach to the groin .. the stomach is also increasingly bulging (a lot of gas) and the waist slightly widened .. sometimes the upper abdomen feels hot .. body temperature was a little warm every morning and night when going to sleep .. but p there is no day and evening so … every morning and night he often complains his hands and feet are cold .. but it’s been 2 weeks the temperature is always the same warm in the morning and evening but not until the fever .. piss often and clean .. r nkira what do you think it hurts because of the negative pac test?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. To be able to understand your wife's condition, what you need to understand first is that there are several divisions of signs of pregnancy. There is a suspicion of pregnancy, a sign of possible pregnancy and a definite sign of pregnancy. The alleged sign is lower in degree than the possible sign, and the sign may be lower in degree than the sure sign. The degree is determined based on whether these signs may represent a person's pregnancy condition.
For example, what is included in the sign of suspicion is the cessation of menstruation, nausea and vomiting, stomach cramps, frequent urination, changes in appetite, changes in breasts, cravings, back pain and the like. Called a sign of conjecture and the lowest degree is because this condition can occur in conditions other than pregnancy. For example, due to psychological disorders, anxiety, hormonal imbalances, urinary tract infections and much more. There is even a condition called pseudocyesis or fake pregnancy, where the person who experiences it can really feel she is pregnant and her stomach is enlarged when in fact there is no fetus in her vagina.
Signs that may be pregnant are checks by an obstetrician, but are still limited to seeing the cervix. Testpack also included in this possible sign. So a testpack that shows positive results is still possible in fact the woman is not pregnant. Conversely, negative results can also be actually the woman is pregnant. This is possible because of several things, such as equipment that is damaged, out of date, and using it inappropriately.
While definite signs of pregnancy are signs that are clearly showing that a person is pregnant, such as palpation of the fetus in the stomach, there are fetal limbs on an ultrasound examination, there is a fetal heart rate and so forth.
So in your wife's case, the conclusion is that if you rely only on the results of the test pack that he did only once, it is still possible that the results he got were invalid. So our advice is that you should take your wife to the obstetrician and ask for a blood test or even have an ultrasound if possible, to determine whether she is really pregnant or not. If it is confirmed not to be pregnant, you can consult a general practitioner for further examination, and refer to the appropriate specialist if needed.
Meanwhile, limit your wife's physical activity, ask to multiply the consumption of warm drinks, compress her stomach with warm compresses, avoid stress, take regular breaks, and do not hold urination. So, hopefully answering your question.