Late Menstruation Accompanied By Diarrhea And Flu With Cough And Dizziness?
I’m late for my period. Continue to diarrhea and flu along with cough and dizziness whether I am pregnant?
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Pregnancy is the result of the conception of sperm and egg cells that develop in the uterus until delivery. So that a pregnancy begins with a history of marital relations and the encounter of eggs and sperm cells. Pregnancy normally can last about 40 weeks from the first day of the last menstrual period. Early signs of pregnancy, often marked by spotting of blood for 2-3 days accompanied by late menstruation. In addition, signs of pregnancy are also often found by pregnant women, such as:
1. breasts feel enlarged
3. back pain
4. urinating frequently
5. positive pregnancy test results
6. the results of a pregnancy examination by a positive doctor
In connection with your question, the existence of late menstrual complaints and complaints of flu, coughing, dizziness that you feel may not be a sure sign of pregnancy, especially if it has not been supported by other signs of pregnancy or there has been no clinical evidence of a doctor's examination with a positive pregnancy. Having a late menstrual complaint, is one sign of pregnancy that needs to be supported by other signs of pregnancy or the results of your obstetrician's examination.
If you are currently experiencing late menstruation, and accompanied by complaints of flu, cough, headaches, diarrhea, the possibility of stamina and your current health condition is decreasing due to indigestion and flu or coughing, thus affecting your menstrual cycle and finally, your menstruation is involved a few days. Therefore, you should restore your stamina and restore your health from indigestion and cough-cold complaints. It is expected that you will soon be healthy, your stamina improves and further does not affect your menstrual cycle.
If your health complaints still bother you, then immediately consult with your family doctor for a physical examination and complaints of diarrhea and flu-cough. The doctor will do a physical examination and if necessary, the doctor will plan for supporting examinations such as blood tests. The results of the examination will be a reference for treatment and treatment.
If your period is late for the next menstrual cycle, then you should do a pregnancy test independently. And then you can consult with your obstetrician regarding pregnancy test results or regarding late menstrual complaints.
For now, you should rest, avoid physical fatigue, avoid spicy foods, instant foods, oily foods.
Thus the info we can convey.