Late Menstruation But Negative Testpack Results?
Good morning doctor. I am 25 years old and have been married for almost 2 years in October. I want to ask about the delay of my period, before I will let you know my menstrual schedule last 3 months, namely: May 23, June 24, and July 19. The question is this August I have not menstruated, only spots. On August 13-15 I experienced spots and then cleaned again, dated August 19, I returned just one day, then clean, until finally I went to Dr. Obstetrics on the 21st to check the womb. After I consulted all, I did the TransV which the results said the doctor who examined me My uterus was enlarged, but there was no fetal sac, Then I was told to test the pack and the results were negative. Then I was given menstrual fluids injections and told to come back on my 5th period to be injected again. The doctor’s assumption is that there are many risks that make me not menstruating, it can be stressful / too tired. My question to this day is that I haven’t menstruated but there are only a few brown spots that I got in the pantyliner. Can I get pregnant? Or are there other disturbances? What should I do?
Hello, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com
I can understand your concern.
Menstruation is not smooth as you experience, it can be caused by many things, namely:
1. Pregnancy. However, because you have undergone a pack test with a negative result and a transvaginal ultrasound examination also found no pouch of pregnancy, so this possibility is very small.
2. Hormonal disorders, can be caused by many things, such as stress, strict diet, excessive exercise and others.
3. Reproductive system diseases, such as polycystic ovary syndrome.
4. Systemic diseases, such as thyroid gland disorders.
When in doubt, you can repeat the test pack examination. Perform an examination in the morning, which uses the first urine from waking up in the morning. Because that's when pregnancy hormone levels are found high in urine. Then, you can also consult again, but the other obstetricians to get a second opinion. Later the doctor will do a repeat ultrasound on you.
Thus hopefully useful.