Late Menstruation, Negative Tp Result And Feel The Signs Of Pregnancy, Is It A Sign That You Are Pregnant Or The Hormones Are Still Disturbed?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, in June 2018 I had a miscarriage at 6 weeks of gestation and thank God I was not curetted, after the miscarriage in July I had my period, and in August I no longer had my period, but I felt some symptoms of pregnancy, and when I was in TP the results were negative, and I went to check the hospital, apparently there was a hormonal disorder because of a miscarriage yesterday, after being given medication, my period came out in September, now my period is not coming out, it’s too late 3 days, but before this menstrual period I felt the symptoms of being pregnant at the same time, lower abdominal cramps, sore feet, body temperature when waking up to be hotter, sweating easily, mood changes “, often sleepy, and sometimes some house work that is lazy to do, why is that? But I don’t get spots, only my nipples are a bit sore when I touch them, my waist also gets sore sometimes, I had TP and the results were still negative, because maybe bro It’s too early, but can you say that you’re pregnant or not? Is there another hormonal disturbance? Thanks..
One practical and accurate way to find out whether a woman is pregnant or not is to use a pregnancy test pack that can be found easily in drugstores freely. The basic principle of a pregnancy test pack is to detect the total levels of the pregnancy hormone or human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). When pregnancy has occurred, the body will produce the hormone hCG which can be detected in the urine about 9-12 days after conception. That is why it is hoped that a pregnancy test pack using urine media is expected to be carried out after this period, because if the examination is too fast the increase in the hCG hormone levels may not be detected.
In addition to the pregnancy test pack using urine, there is also a pregnancy check with the same principle of measuring the hCG hromone level, but with blood media, this method can detect pregnancy more quickly until about 6 days after conception occurs.
The symptoms you experience are not a guarantee that pregnancy has occurred, however, even though the first test results are negative, you can repeat the pregnancy test pack about 3 to 7 days after the previous examination. If indeed the result is negative, then the condition experienced by you is likely not because you are pregnant. However, it would be nice if you see a gynecologist so that you can do further tests to determine whether you are really pregnant or not.
Please note that there is a medical condition known as pseudocyesis or what is known as false pregnancy, which is a condition in which a woman feels symptoms of pregnancy such as feeling nauseous, not having menstruation, an enlarged stomach, enlarged breasts, feeling as if there is movement in stomach that is mistaken for fetal movement, weight gain, and increased appetite. So it is probing yourself to the obstetrician is the most appropriate step to ascertain whether pregnancy has occurred or not.
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