Positive After Miscarriage?
Good afternoon? I am from Central Kalimantan. I want to ask .. I was late October October 25, I only blotted out after 2 weeks but I pulled out a white lump and there was a network of u0026sup2; then, I took drawing and I sent kn to the midwife, after that I declared miscarriage .. then tgal 26.11 I had an ultrasound, the doctor said it was a miscarriage but there was still leftover and the doctor just gave me the obt get bleeding, 2 weeks later 2 of my spots stopped, after that was 2 days later I tested it and it turned out to be positive … all I asked was whether I was pregnant with a new fetus or, just a miscarriage? And if the remaining clots drah whether the fetus can be formed again and intact?
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Tespek (test pack) is a method of antenatal care that has a way of working in the form of detection of the hormone beta human chorionic gonadotropin (B-hCG) in the urine. B-hCG is a hormone released by the embryo when it attaches to the uterine wall. This process usually occurs around 6-8 days after fertilization. Examination with tests is recommended after 1 week of menstruation is too late than the estimated time.
If you have checked yourself into a specialist obstetrics and gynecologist and have been diagnosed with a miscarriage based on a clinical examination that is also supported by the results of an ultrasound examination, you may get a positive result on the examination test. However, the positive result is false positive (false positive). The reason is that the hormone B-hCG can still be detected by tests if a miscarriage has occurred recently. This pseudo-positive finding does not invalidate the diagnosis of miscarriage which has been confirmed through obstetric ultrasound examination.
In addition, there are several other possibilities that can also cause false positive results on the inspection test, including:
The reading of the results of the tests is carried out outside the recommended time period (usually within 5 minutes. If the reading is done outside of this time period, the evaporation process can occur which results in a false positive result)
Chemical pregnancy, ie fertilization has succeeded, but an early miscarriage occurs)
Ectopic pregnancy, which is the attachment of an embryo outside the uterus, for example: in the connecting channel of the uterus and ovaries
The effects of drugs, for example the effect of administering injections containing the hormone hCG while in a pregnancy planning program
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Do not hesitate to consult with your obstetrician and gynecologist who treats you regarding the results of your medical examinations. To enrich insights, you can read articles about aspects. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.