Not Feeling The Signs Of Pregnancy At 6 Weeks Pregnant?
I want to ask for a test for the last 3 months from November to January I had normal menstruation on the 20th to the 23rd…but on February the 13th I had a sexual relationship The next morning I tested positive…because I was just a day late or the result was positive because I had sex..the next day I tested again the results were still 2 lines..so the day after tomorrow I checked with the midwife and it was stated that I was 6 weeks pregnant..but no signs of nausea which is often … just normal nausea which is at least once a day … and from the characteristics of pregnancy the mother’s nipples say they are sick … but I don’t … why huh
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We conclude that your question is why did you get pregnant when you don't have the usual signs of pregnancy.
In medical science, there are three signs of pregnancy. Presumptive signs, possible signs and sure signs of pregnancy. These three signs are divided based on the level of probability that they appear in other conditions. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain or cramps, changes in appetite, changes in breast shape, changes in urination patterns, and cessation of menstruation are all signs of suspicion because these conditions can very well occur in conditions other than pregnancy. And the absence of these signs does not necessarily ensure that a person is not pregnant.
Possible signs include several examinations carried out by an obstetrician, and a test pack. The test pack is a sign that you may be pregnant because in the use of the test pack, there are known as false positives and false negatives, where the test packs show positive results when in fact they are negative and vice versa.
A definite sign of pregnancy, in the form of finding the fetal heart rate, gestational sac, fetal movement and so on which usually requires ultrasound in the examination.
In conclusion, what is happening to you is a normal condition, and you should start checking yourself with a gynecologist from now on because at week 5 the gestational sac can be detected via ultrasound. Hope your pregnancy and delivery goes well.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa