Frequent Spots Occur After A Positive Testpack, Is It Really Pregnant?
Ass, I’m a 24-year-old woman … married 8 months.
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In the medical world, signs of pregnancy themselves can generally be divided into 3 groups, namely uncertain signs of pregnancy, signs of the likelihood of pregnancy, and also a sure sign of pregnancy. The results of the test pack itself are one of the signs that you are most likely to have a pregnancy, however, because this sign is not a sure sign of pregnancy and you have a complaint, then the results must be reconfirmed by several other examinations by the obstetrician to determine whether they are true you have a pregnancy or not
Obstetric ultrasound itself can basically be done in 2 ways, namely ultrasound through the stomach or by inserting an ultrasound device into the vagina (transvaginal). This content ultrasound will generally only be carried out at 14 weeks gestation, but can be done less than this week if there are certain conditions such as:
Confirming pregnancy in the womb Evaluating the possibility of pregnancy outside the womb (ectopic pregnancy) Finding the cause of bleeding out of the vagina Evaluating the cause of pelvic pain Estimating the age of the womb Diagnosing twin pregnancy Confirming fetal heart activity Evaluating the condition of the pelvis and also the uterus of the mother grape pregnancy Although the ultrasound is possible before the age of 14 weeks, the fastest ultrasound that can be done to determine whether or not a new pregnancy can be done around 5 weeks' gestation, and ultrasound that can be done only transvaginal ultrasound, can not through abdominal ultrasound. Fetal heart activity can only be assessed at a minimum of 6 weeks' gestation.
If until the gestational age the gestational sac or fetus has not been seen, then there are several possible conditions that can occur such as: no pregnancy, blighted ovum, miscarriage or ectopic pregnancy. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you do a repeat pregnancy check-up to the obstetrician to ascertain whether it is true that you are pregnant and whether the womb is disturbed or not.
For the time being, you should ensure yourself:
get adequate rest, do bedrest if bleeding continues to occur eating foods that are nutritious enough and balanced avoiding excessive stress avoiding doing strenuous activities avoiding having intercourse taking drugs as recommended by the doctor May help.