No Vaginal Discharge Whether Pregnant?
I should have had menses but I didn’t experience menses and I didn’t experience vaginal discharge at all. Am I pregnant? But I don’t experience spotting and nausea or pregnancy symptoms
Hello, thanks for the question.
Pregnancy is the result of a meeting between a woman's egg cell and a man's sperm cell. Pregnancy is initially marked by the cessation of the menstrual cycle and accompanied by symptoms such as abdominal pain / cramps, spots or implantation bleeding or due to implantation of the fetus in the uterine wall causing bleeding, changes in mood or mood swings, frequent urination, breasts becoming larger, fuller , pain, and blackening around the nipples, nausea, vomiting, and so forth. In investigations are usually also supported by the results of a positive test pack examination and the ultrasound found in the bag of pregnancy. Test packs on antenatal care will usually only show positive results when the HCG beta levels in a woman's body have increased, this increase usually occurs when menstruation has not occurred again, therefore the test pack examination is advised to wait until menstruation is late. Apart from pregnancy, delayed menstruation can also be caused by other effects, such as stress, drastic weight loss or gain, the use of certain drugs, the use of contraceptives, or due to other diseases in the reproductive organs such as PCOS, and so forth. If only a few days late, you should wait up to one week or until the menstrual cycle (counted from the first day of last menstruation) is more than 35 days and if menstruation has not yet occurred try to do a test pack or consult the obstetrician directly, the doctor will conduct a thorough examination and additional tests if needed such as laboratory tests and ultrasound. We recommend that you continue to do a healthy lifestyle, eat healthy and nutritious food, do regular exercise according to ability and should not be excessive, water consumption (at least 2L per day), avoid using drugs without a doctor's prescription, adequate rest, and avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol.
Thus, hopefully it helps.