Menstrual Cycles And Signs Of Pregnancy?
Doctor, sorry, I want to ask … On the 16th of my kamren, my period was finished, on the 20th, then the blood came out again on the 26th, but not too much blood came out together with vaginal discharge … and the blood was pink, so was that a sign of pregnancy? .because I’m waiting for baby 😌 please explain yes thank you
Hello, thanks for the question.
Menstrual cycle is a woman's menstrual cycle which is calculated from the first day of the last menstruation until the first day of the next menstruation, the normal range of this menstrual cycle is 21-35 days. Menstruation or menstruation is the process of uterine lining declining due to egg cells that have been issued by the ovaries are not fertilized by sperm. This will cause blood to come out through the vagina. This menstruation can be preceded by the release of brown spots on the first few days, abdominal pain or cramps, mood changes, increased appetite, and so forth. Vaginal discharge outside the normal range of the menstrual cycle can be caused by several things, such as early signs of pregnancy, due to hormonal changes due to stress, drastic weight loss or gain, irritation after sexual intercourse, due to infection, due to contraceptive use, especially types of contraception which contains hormones such as birth control pills, birth control injections, or implants, age factors, or other disease factors, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis, myomas, hormonal disorders, blood disorders, and others. The discharge of bleeding spots can be an early sign of pregnancy which is usually caused by the process of attaching an fertilized egg cell by sperm to the uterine wall. In addition, other signs of pregnancy that can occur include:
Breasts become larger, fuller, painful, and black around the nipple
Nausea or vomiting
We recommend that you first observe the bleeding that occurs, if there is no mestruasi only spots and if you suspect a pregnancy, you should check first with a test pack, or consult a midwife, doctor, or obstetrician, the doctor will conduct question and answer examinations physical, supporting examinations such as blood tests, plano tests, ultrasound, and others. Examination with a test pack is recommended to wait at least until late menstruation because it takes a high pregnancy hormone to get a positive pregnancy test results. It is best to always maintain a healthy condition, get enough rest, eat healthy and nutritious food, meet fluid needs, avoid smoking, alcohol, and stress, avoid using drugs without a doctor's prescription.
Thus, hopefully useful.