Late Menstruation Accompanied By Brown Spots And Lower Abdominal Pain?
Hello. my period is late, but the brown spots come out 5hr and my lower abdomen hurts my waist and my body likes leminess dizziness .. but I have testpack the results were not positive yet I was given the drug norestil he said there was a problem with menstruation, the question was what was the normal medicine for booster the womb too? Because I’m sure I’m pregnant with signs like that but I’m afraid to take the drug Norestil
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. The drug you mentioned contains norethisterone and is prohibited for use by pregnant and lactating women because it can cause miscarriages, disorders of the fetus, and can get into breast milk. It is not true that this is a gynecologic drug because this can actually harm the womb. So if you feel confident that you are pregnant, don't take this medicine first.
But here we need to review what is called the signs of pregnancy. There are three signs of pregnancy, namely suspected, probable and definite signs of pregnancy. A definite sign of pregnancy shows the highest likelihood that you are pregnant, and a sign of conjecture, the likelihood of being the lowest standard of pregnancy compared to the other two signs.
Included with the allegations include late menstruation, enlarged abdomen, dizziness, weakness, changes in breast shape, nausea and vomiting, waist pain, cravings, and various other signs of pregnancy that are known to the layman. All of these signs are the weakest level of confidence in determining whether a person is pregnant or not for the simple reason that they can appear in other conditions. For example, a diseased waist and lower abdomen can occur due to urinary tract infections, hormonal imbalances, and kidney stones. Sensation of weakness and dizziness can occur due to lack of nutrition, lack of fluids, stress and lack of blood. And much more.
Then the sign might be an example is a testpack. The testpack only goes to the sign maybe because the testpack can be wrong, be it the wrong tool, or the wrong use. Finally, a sure sign of pregnancy. You must be declared pregnant if there are signs such as the fetal heart rate, the sac of pregnancy, and the presence of fetal organs.
So in your case, actually when speaking in theory, your chances of getting pregnant now are very low, especially since you have been removing chocolate spots for 5 days. Even when someone is pregnant, there should be no bleeding coming out of the vagina. But if you are still unsure and believe that you are pregnant, try to see your obstetrician for an ultrasound examination of your uterus. The obstetrician will find out whether there is a pregnancy or not, with more accurate accuracy than the testpack examination. If you have already seen a gynecologist and you are declared not pregnant, you may seek a second opinion from another obstetrician. But if this second obstetrician also states the same thing, it means you are not pregnant and you should accept the decision of treatment from your doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.