Late Menstruation, Pain During Intercourse, And Frequent Urination At Night, Negative Test Pack?
Hello. I want to ask, I have experienced late menstruation for 2 weeks. Usually I come every month on the 10th, and now the 24th hasn’t arrived yet. Already using a pregnancy test but the results are negative. I also experienced right abdominal pain when my husband and I had sex. Plus the frequency of urination at night. I wonder if I have a disease or what?
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A history of late menstruation, pain during intercourse, and frequent urination at night; this condition may indeed be triggered by the possibility of pregnancy. However, if the results of an independent pregnancy test that you do not give positive results after two weeks late, then you can wait for another hid cycle to re-examine the pregnancy test. If you have one more menstrual cycle, but the pregnancy test results remain negative, then you need to consult this condition and discuss with your obstetrician. So that during the period until the next menstrual cycle, you should maintain your stamina and health condition by getting enough sleep and avoiding physical fatigue.
Apart from the possibility of pregnancy, other medical conditions can also trigger late menstrual disorders or complaints that you feel, such as:
1. Use of KB
3. Impaired female hormonal balance
5. PCOS or found the number of small cysts in the egg bladder with all the signs
6. Impaired metabolic functions, such as diabetes, thyroid disorders
Because of the possibility of other causes can also be possible, then you should be able to immediately ascertain the cause by direct examination to the obstetrician. But if, the complaint that you feel does not bother you, you can wait and observe until the next cycle. This is needed to obtain medical data and give your body a chance to recover from the menstrual cycle associated with delayed menstruation. If the next cycle turns out you are menstruating, then you can postpone a visit to your doctor. However, if one time later, you find your late menstrual complaints again, you can immediately consult your obstetrician.
The doctor will conduct an interview regarding your complaint. In addition, doctors will also conduct physical and supportive examinations, such as an ultrasound examination. The results of the examination will be a reference for diagnosis and further treatment if needed. Thus, even if there is a risk in your reproductive system from the results of the examination, then this can be controlled immediately to prevent interference that causes a more severe risk.
For now, several businesses you can do, such as:
1. Avoid stress
2. Avoid sleeping late at night
3. Idealize weight
4. Do regular exercise
Thus the info we can convey