This month I menstruated but the blood that came out clotted … then a few weeks later I did a check … and the positive results were able to be applied, so
Thank you for the question.
Blood clotting can occur because of regular menstruation, or not. Many other conditions can also trigger this, for example implantation bleeding, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy, hormonal disorders, endometriosis, myoma, adenomyosis, pelvic inflammation, cervical cancer, uterine cancer, the influence of drugs, the effects of contraception, stress, fatigue, fatigue, etc.
In line with the above, there are also many factors that can cause positive testpack results, for example due to pregnancy, improper testpack procedures, ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy, urine sample contaminated with drugs or bacteria, and so on.
To be clear, you can do a re-testpack at least 3-7 days. Meanwhile, so that your bleeding can be controlled, you can multiply your rest first, don't mind too much, drink more, eat more vegetables and grains, eat lots of fruit, exercise discipline every day, don't smoke, and don't be careless take medicine or herbal medicine.
The current epidemic of COVID-19 requires you to stay at home, and only see your doctor during an emergency. So, you can see a doctor or obstetrician if there is a lot of bleeding for more than 1 week, severe stomach cramps and does not subside by taking regular pain medication, high fever for more than 3 days, or other complaints that are more severe.
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