Is It Fair To Have A Positive Testpack Without Feeling Pregnancy Symptoms?
Hello. My wife yesterday had an impromptu menstrual period well before her menstrual period, about 2/3 days. Then it’s too late from the menses schedule for a week, and when it is checked for a testpack, the results are positive. But there are no signs of pregnancy even though the first and second pregnancy of the child always appears from the very beginning. Why is that?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Irregular menstruation can occur due to various causes, including:
Overweight or underweight
Body weight goes up and down too dramatically
Smoking both active and passive
Exhaustion or too much activity
Lack of sleep
Stress or mental stress
Currently in a diet program
Consume too much oily and fatty food
Sports are too extreme
Using hormonal contraception
Thyroid hormone disorders
Female hormonal disorders
So that irregular menstrual cycles are actually quite common to occur and are often attached to everyday life. Then regarding the signs of pregnancy, no need to be confused because the signs of pregnancy do not have to always appear. In general the sign of pregnancy is divided into three, namely the definite sign of pregnancy, the sign of possible pregnancy and a sign of suspected pregnancy. Among the three signs, the highest possibility of pregnancy if there is a definite sign of pregnancy, and the lowest possibility of pregnancy if there is a suspected sign of pregnancy.
The so-called signs of suspected pregnancy are nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain or cramps, increased frequency of urination, changes in breast shape, mood changes and various other signs that are usually known to the layman. Signs like this are said to be the lowest possible because they do not appear in every condition of pregnancy, and even non-pregnant signs can appear like this. Then the intended sign may be pregnant is a test pack that shows positive results and several other obstetrician examinations, and the definite sign of pregnancy is when a fetal heart rate and fetal organs have been found through an examination by a gynecologist.
So in your wife's condition, there is no need to worry and just continue checking with your obstetrician to be sure whether your wife is indeed pregnant or not. The follow-up will depend on the results of the inspection. Meanwhile, just live a healthy lifestyle by eating regularly, managing stress and getting enough rest. So, hopefully answering your question.