Out Of Menstruation After Repeated Testpacks Showed Positive Results?
asslmlikum mf I want the first time I was late menstruating 1 week then I tested the results were positive on 14 months. 3 my ultrasound results were positive 4 weeks pregnant 5 days and I routinely checked with the midwife the results were positive and I ultrasound again months the 3rd, but the result is negative, I’m curious, I go to the massage center, who often takes care of the results of the birth, the word I am pregnant and I feel I am pregnant on my prut, I feel a heartbeat and I try to check it with the midwife and midwife. The baby’s heart rate is still positive if I am pregnant and now my current age is 4 months but why is it that every month I have menstruation, I go bro to another midwife and asked to test the effect but the results are negative but my stomach is still like pregnant still feels heavy There is a baby’s heart rate, what do I need to do so that I know if I am pregnant or not helping me so I don’t want to do it right now I will say it now
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Pregnancy can be identified through several signs, including late menstruation, nausea, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, tight and enlarged breasts, frequent urination, difficulty defecating, unstable mood, enlarged stomach and so on. On self-examination, you can also get a positive testpack if you are pregnant. However, please note that all these signs cannot necessarily confirm that you are pregnant if the ultrasound examination by an obstetrician does not show any signs of pregnancy. So in short, a new pregnancy can be ascertained if there are signs of pregnancy (i.e. a gestational sac or fetal skeleton appears in the uterus) on an ultrasound examination by an obstetrician, not from subjective symptoms, not from a testpack, let alone massage.
Please note in advance, how are the exact results of the ultrasound examination that you did for the first time? Is there a gestational sac or fetal skeleton? Where did you do the ultrasound? Is it an obstetrician?
In a very young pregnancy, which is 4 weeks old, an ultrasound examination will generally only reveal a thickened uterine wall. This condition is actually not only experienced by women who are pregnant. When approaching the time of menstruation, taking hormonal drugs, or also having certain diseases (for example ovarian cysts), the uterine wall can also experience thickening. Sounds resembling a heartbeat heard through a Doppler device can also come from the mother's heartbeat, bowel sounds, or abdominal aortic beats. In addition, the fetal heartbeat as you say is generally not a sensation that can be clearly felt by pregnant women. The sensation that the mother can clearly feel during pregnancy is the fetal movement, for example when kicking, hitting, writhing, and so on. In early pregnancy, this fetal movement can be felt as a twitching or vibrating sensation. However, the movement of the fetus is generally not clear to the mother before the pregnancy is quite large, which is 16 weeks or more.
Without reducing your expectations, if you are still menstruating as usual, then it is likely that you are not currently pregnant. However, to be sure, you should go straight to a gynecologist for an ultrasound examination. If necessary, you can also have your pregnancy checked by several doctors if you want to get a second opinion regarding your condition.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah