Afternoon doctor. I want to ask … I last menstruated on January 28, 2020 for 7 days. Until now I have not menstruated … I have checked peck test as much as 3x ,, with interval between weeks with negative results, what is the reason … then if I am in contact with my husband in my current condition, can I get pregnant. I don’t plan to add any more children. I use condom contraception. I inject injections a month after a month … the injections occasionally, twice or 3 times a year. Previously my period was regular every bln.est of late a week or early 2 or 3 days so .. please explain doctor … thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Late menstruation can occur not only because of pregnancy, but can also be due to hormonal disorders, stress, obesity, fatigue, lazy exercise, extreme diets, the influence of drugs (including hormonal birth control), to the effects of a disease, such as ovarian cysts, pregnancy disorders (for example pregnancy grape or ectopic pregnancy), hyperthyroidism, pituitary gland tumors, and so on.
If you have done the testpack repeatedly and the results are negative, chances are that you are not currently pregnant. It's just that, if indeed you and your partner intend to postpone pregnancy, then we recommend that you remain consistent using contraception, for example condoms, diaphragms, or also other contraceptives as directed by your doctor. Avoid arbitrary contraception so that the effectiveness of its work is maintained and you are protected from unplanned pregnancy. Not only that, so that menstruation returns smoothly, you are also advised to routinely exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, do not think too much, be diligent in eating vegetables and seeds, multiply also eat fruit, maintain ideal body weight, and do not carelessly take medicine or herbs .
If menstruation does not come until more than 3 months, but there are no signs of pregnancy, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician. Given the current outbreak of COVID-19, you are advised to increase your silence at home, and postpone seeing a doctor unless there are severe or emergency complaints.
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