Late Menstruation And Negative Testpack After Petting?
Hello, I want to ask, so on June 17 I had my period, then on the 22nd it was over, on the 23rd I had a petting with my partner, but her sperm didn’t hit my vagina. Then this July I haven’t had my period even though it’s already past the 17th. On the 19th time I checked using a testpack the results were negative and just now I checked again the results were negative. The urine I use is urine first in the morning. And my vagina often produces thick white discharge but it doesn’t smell. So am I pregnant or not? I’ve also been drinking Kiranti so it’s fast for the month but not yet. What’s because of my hormones? Thank you. Thx
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It needs to be clarified beforehand, how do you know that none of your partner's sperm cells hit your vagina? Is there absolutely no contact between the two of your genitals?
Late menstruation can be caused by one of them by pregnancy. Indeed, pregnancy is only possible if there are sperm cells that make it into the vagina and fertilize an egg. However, that does not mean that sexual intercourse with external ejaculation is unlikely to cause pregnancy at all.
As long as there is contact between the penis and the vagina, especially after ejaculation, even though it is unlikely, pregnancy can still occur. This is because healthy sperm cells are able to move on their own as long as the semen has not dried. If a small amount of your partner's semen is exposed near the vaginal area, it is possible that sperm cells have managed to enter without your knowing it. You need to know that sperm are microscopic cells so they are not easily visible to the naked eye.
However, if it is true that you can ensure that you have never had contact between your sex and your partner during sexual intercourse, then the possibility of getting pregnant can be ruled out. Some other conditions that can also cause menstruation to be late are:
Hormonal imbalance, which can be due to the effects of psychological stress, fatigue, side effects of hormonal drugs, weight gain or loss that is very drastic
Doing too much exercise
Experiencing eating disorders, for example anorexia or bulimia
Experiencing thyroid gland disorders, for example hyperthyroidism
Experiencing reproductive organ disorders, for example polycystic ovary syndrome, and so on
More discharge with a thicker consistency can occur due to pregnancy, hormonal imbalances, or also due to other causes, such as infection and irritation of the reproductive organs.
If you have done a testpack several times and the results are negative, then chances are that your complaint is not caused by pregnancy. However, if you are still worried, there is nothing wrong with seeing an obstetrician directly for an ultrasound evaluation.
In the meantime, you should improve your lifestyle so that the hormones in your body become more balanced, namely by eating foods that contain lots of antioxidants, avoid stress, exercise diligently, and sleep more regularly. Also avoid all forms of free sex to avoid abnormal vaginal discharge and unwanted pregnancy.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah