Feel The Signs Of Pregnancy But Menstruation?
Good night, Around March 12, I feel nauseous. However, on March 15 I tested the results negative. March 15-19, I was still out of spots. At night when I was going to take a shower out of March 20, I got quite a lot of menstrual blood. From 12 March until now I was still sick. Although now the nausea feels more mild. Symptoms are exactly like the early signs of pregnancy. Infection, nausea, dizziness, and constipation. But now menses … and still nauseous … Is this normal? Please enlighten me.
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The symptoms that you experience, namely spots, nausea, dizziness, and constipation can indeed be part of the subjective symptoms of pregnancy. However, not only that, there are many more possible causes of the emergence of these complaints, including hormonal fluctuations before menstruation, pregnancy disorders (eg miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy), dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), endometriosis, myomas, digestive infections or system infections other organs, vertigo, inflammation of the intestine, excessive anxiety disorders, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
If you are still having your period as usual, chances are you are not pregnant. Because, it is impossible for women who are pregnant to experience menstruation.
Better, you first try to resolve your complaints with the following steps:
Rest at least 6 hours a day Don't have excessive physical activity Eat regularly, drink adequately If you still feel nauseous, don't over-eat spicy, sour, oily, and bersantan food Don't make it a habit to hold back Chapter CHAPTER Expand sports Don't always have sexual intercourse if you still have a lot of blood from the vagina Stay away from stress However, if the complaint persists for more than 3 days, you should check yourself directly to the doctor for a more in-depth evaluation. If the doctor suspects an illness, he can refer you to the right specialist, for example an internist or obstetrician.
Hope this helps ...