Late Menstruation Accompanied By Fresh Blood, What Are The Signs Of Pregnancy?
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Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. In short, your current condition may still be pregnant, and still may not be pregnant. The explanation is thus.
To more easily understand your situation, you need to know that in general there are 3 divisions of the sign of pregnancy, namely the alleged sign of pregnancy, the sign of possible pregnancy, and the sure sign of pregnancy. Signs of suspected pregnancy if used as a benchmark, the lowest possible pregnancy, followed by a sign that pregnancy is likely to be higher, and then a definite sign of pregnancy where if the sign is there, then you are certainly pregnant.
Suspected signs include late menstruation, abdominal cramps, changes in breast shape, nausea, cravings, enlarged abdomen and other shape changes. Most of the signs of pregnancy that are known to the layman, in fact actually only a sign of conjecture. All these signs are said to be the lowest possible because it could occur in conditions other than pregnancy. Neither on the contrary, not all people who get pregnant must be through this. For example, as you have experienced yourself, what you thought was pregnant was only a symptom of inflammation.
Followed by signs may be pregnant. Possible signs include the use of a test pack, and a doctor's examination of the cervix or cervix. A test pack is still called a possible sign, because a testpack can be wrong. Whether it's the wrong tool, or the wrong use. So if a positive result is found on the testpack, there is still a percent chance that the result is actually negative. And vice versa. Examination of the cervix is no longer routine because it is quite complicated with results that are also still uncertain.
A sure sign of pregnancy is when a pregnancy sac and heartbeat are found in your uterus. This can be found more accurately and quickly with an ultrasound examination. If the doctor discovers both of these, then you must be pregnant, regardless of the results of the testpack, and whether you feel a sign of pregnancy or not. If not found, the doctor may not immediately say you are not pregnant, but check first at the next 1-2 meetings. If it's still not found, then you are said to not be pregnant.
So regarding your question, again as we said at the beginning, it could be a sign of pregnancy and may not be. It can be a direct or indirect effect of your medical history, and it may or may not. To be sure, check yourself to the obstetrician for further examination. So, hopefully answering your question.