Menstruation Is More Advanced And Testpack Results Are Changing?
Good afternoon Doctor, introduce me Harry, I am currently 20 years old. I want to ask. Previously, at the end of last month I had sex with my partner. My partner’s menstrual schedule is every 30th. In fact, my partner is menstruating much earlier than the usual date, which is on 27-29. Then the next day we reconnect. A few days later, my partner did a pregnancy test (himself) on the Test Pack, and the results were 2 Red Lines (Positive). However, there is 1 Red Line which has a faded red color. After that, a few days later we did the test again on the Test Pack (accompanied by me). Then the result is 1 Red Line.
Hi Harry, thanks for your question
Menstruation is a woman's natural cycle that normally recurs every 21-35 days. A woman experiences menstruation due to the shedding of the innermost lining of the uterine wall (endometrium) due to the absence of a fertilized egg by a sperm cell. In the absence of the fertilization process, pregnancy will not occur. Even if this monthly cycle occurs sooner or later, it is usually associated with hormonal changes in the body which are mainly influenced by:
psychological stress, such as stress, depression, anxiety
sudden change in body weight, either decreasing or increasing
body mass index that is not ideal, either too thin or overweight (obesity)
physical fatigue that usually occurs after overexertion
use of hormonal contraceptives, such as birth control pills, birth control injections, implants
Testpack checks are generally accurate and sensitive enough to detect pregnancy independently. This examination is recommended if there has been a delay in menstruation. Generally, a positive result almost certainly indicates pregnancy. However, these findings must be confirmed again through an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician.
There are times when a positive result from a testpack check turns negative. Here are some reasons:
examination technique errors, for example dipping the testpack in the urine for too long (you should read the inspection instructions listed on each package) so that what should be negative will be positive (false positives)
using an expired testpack tool so that what should be positive will appear negative (false negative)
already pregnant and then a miscarriage
side effects of using certain drugs
To confirm these two different examination results, you should do a repeat examination 1 week from the last examination. Be sure to read and follow all instructions on the packaging. However, if you are still in doubt, it is recommended to consult directly with an obstetrician. The doctor can recommend blood tests and ultrasound to confirm whether or not a pregnancy is present.
I hope this information is helpful