Is It A Sign Of Pregnancy Or Just Stomach Acid?
I am a 19 year old student 3 days ago I had sex with my partner … but there was no sperm secretion in my vagina n2 days later at night I felt very nauseous and burped continuously and my gas levels increasingly I have tested the pregnancy using Tespek 3 times and there are no positive signs
Nausea can indeed be a sign of pregnancy, but generally these symptoms do not appear immediately within a few days of intercourse. In addition, please note that pregnancy cannot be detected by means of a test pack within 3 days after intercourse. Therefore, the test pack that you did with a negative result at this time does not necessarily indicate the absence of pregnancy.
Ideally, a test pack check is done when there is a delay in menstruation. Therefore, you should wait until the time for your next menstrual period. If there is a delay in menstruation, then you can do a testpack check from the first day of your late menstruation. If the result is negative then the test can be repeated 1 week later to confirm the result. If there are still doubts, then an ultrasound examination can be performed by a doctor to confirm the presence / absence of pregnancy.
As for nausea as you experience, the causes can actually be various, apart from pregnancy, it can also be caused by other medical conditions such as ulcers, stomach acid disease, psychological stress, food poisoning, hepatitis, bile problems, or colitis.
To be able to ascertain the cause of the nausea that arises and to confirm the presence / absence of pregnancy, you should see a doctor so that it can be examined further. Physical examination and supporting tests (such as blood tests, urine tests, ultrasound) can be recommended by the doctor if needed to explore further, so that appropriate treatment can be given to you according to the basic condition.
In the meantime, to reduce complaints, the following suggestions you can do:
Don't eat late, set a regular diet Avoid consuming foods that cause gas, spicy, fatty or acidic foods Eat small but frequent meals Eat and drink slowly to prevent nausea Avoid lying down immediately after eating Minimize stress
Related information can be read on the following page:
Early pregnancy symptoms
Perfect time for testpack checks
Causes of nausea
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dr. Muliani Sukiman