Late Menstruation And Positive Results Get Pregnant After 2 Months Of Surgery KET Whether Pregnant?
Excuse me, r nIn August I operated KET, then on September 20th I menstruated but this October I haven’t menstruated until now u0026amp; on 22nd October I tried a peck test and the results were line 2 but still vague, if so am I really pregnant / only after the effects of KET surgery? Explanation please. Thanks.
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We understand your complaints and concerns. Keep in mind that a woman's menstruation is closely related to reproductive hormone fluctuations. Reproductive hormone production is related to several factors including stress level, fatigue, emotional, nutrition consumed and environmental influences.
Therefore, a simple examination that can detect pregnancy easily is by examination
testpack. Perform repeat examinations to clearly assess whether a pregnancy has occurred or not. After that, do not hesitate to consult and consult with an obstetrician to assess the condition of your uterus. Some signs of early pregnancy include:
Breasts become more sensitive
Brownish spots appear
Nausea and vomiting
Sensitive to smell
Some pregnant women can experience brown spots that last briefly, which is around 1-3 days, but some women may also not experience this event. This is natural. Specks indicate that the embryo is implanting / attaching to the uterine wall. This condition can cause minor bleeding to occur.
Therefore, do a proper examination with an accurate pregnancy detection device such as a testpack. I suggest you to re-check so that the results are not vague / doubtful. Results that are vague / unclear lines can indicate that the concentration of the hormone HCG / pregnancy hormone marker has not reached its peak, so the results are still doubtful. This is not related to the postoperative KET that you did before. We recommend that you do a re-examination within the next 3-5 days to make sure. If the testpack results are positive and not in doubt, then immediately visit your obstetrician to assess whether pockets of pregnancy and the health condition of your reproductive organs have been seen.
Also keep maintaining your body's health by consuming nutritious foods, avoid foods that are high in fat, drink plenty of water, consume vitamins and minerals important for the body especially folic acid and don't forget to exercise regularly.
So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps