PMS And Pregnancy Problems?
Hello, my doctor Rhiry has a regular and normal menstrual cycle, but this month I experienced a missed period for 5 days before I never experienced late menstruation … At first I thought I was pregnant because I had breast pain almost 3 weeks and stomach cramps below start from ovulation only I waited until late 7 days new testpack but on the 5th day late after washing suddenly my stomach had cramps at the bottom which was quite very pronounced and came out as little as blood … Afternoon I checked sdh no out of bloodx and the pain subsided but night the pain reappeared and blood came out again … Is this the doctor’s menstrual blood and what factors can suddenly change my menstrual cycle like this because from the beginning I got my new men this time too late … Ough yeah I was already married and indeed being waiting for the presence of a baby
Hello نور ست کمر ية, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will answer your question.
Pregnancy is something that is highly anticipated by married couples especially those recently married. Pregnancy will occur when the fertilization of the egg by sperm, which in turn will form a zygot that will develop into a fetus. In this process it usually takes 3-7 days. During this period, minor bleeding spots are usually found, this is due to the process of implantation into the uterine wall.
Respond to the story that you convey that there are bleeding spots that occur in you, can occur due to this process, or it is a sign of regular menstruation. To make sure you can't do it right now. Currently you can only wait, some of the symptoms that you mentioned such as breast pain, lower abdominal cramps, etc. are some of the uncertain signs of pregnancy, including a test pack that you will do later. If the results are positive, to ensure there is a true pregnancy in the womb you can consult an obstetrician to ensure there is a true fetus or pregnancy pouch in your uterus.
Right now what you can do is:
Get enough rest, and limit your activities.
Not related to husband and wife first.
Eat nutritious foods.
Avoid taking drugs carelessly.
If the complaint gets worse, immediately go to the obstetrician.
Avoid cigarettes including smoke, and alcohol.
That's all the answers I can give, thank you very much :)