Late Menstruation, Morning Sickness, Frequent Urination, Backache, Enlarged Breasts Are You Pregnant?
hi good evening, I have missed my period for 2 months, but when I make a urine test it is still negative. But I have nausea every morning, I often urinate, sometimes I feel pain in the abdomen. I also find my breasts are enlarged, the last time the bleeding occurred was on February 2 2018, but only a little. And lately I often oozes white, lumpy discharge and I’ve never experienced it before. Do I need to see an expert?
Hello, good morning.
Late menstruation can be caused by several conditions:
pregnancy hormonal imbalance due to age (young age / puberty, or old age before menopause) psychological stress weight gain or drastic weight loss heavy physical activity inadequate food intake (eg being on a diet) excess weight / obesity hormonal imbalance due to use of contraception hormonal disorders due to reproductive tract diseases such as uterine myomas (womb), ovarian cysts (ovaries), endometriosis (chocolate cysts), PCOS, etc. hormonal disorders due to certain diseases such as thyroid disease etc. Nausea in the morning, frequent urination small, sensitive/painful and enlarged breasts, and vaginal discharge that is more abundant is an uncertain sign of pregnancy. It is intended to be uncertain because these complaints can also be found in other conditions, for example, complaints of nausea can be caused by stomach acid disease, infections and digestive inflammation. Frequent urination can be complained of in urinary tract infections, overreactive bladder, cold weather, diabetes, and so on. Do you mean white fluid that is piled up like vaginal discharge? If so, then in addition to pregnancy, the cause of a lot of vaginal discharge can be due to excessive activity, infection in the vagina or cervix, or due to the approaching menstrual period.
It is recommended that you re-examine the test pack or pregnancy test. Do a pregnancy test with the first urine in the morning, namely urine when you just wake up, because it is expected that in the urine, enough levels of the hormone Beta-HCG have been accommodated in the bladder so that the amount is sufficient to be detected on a pregnancy test kit. To be more certain, it is recommended that you consult an obstetrician for a physical examination and ultrasound (if needed). If you are pregnant, the early signs that can be seen on ultrasound include the presence of a gestational sac and a thickened uterine wall. However, there are times when the gestational age is still too young, the gestational sac is not visible, so the doctor will recommend a transvaginal ultrasound (by inserting an ultrasound device through the vagina) or postpone the ultrasound for the next few weeks.
That's all, hope it helps.
Regards, dr. Denisa