Possibility Of Pregnancy If Late Menstruation And Nausea?
I was 5 months ago, I didn’t breastfeed but I haven’t had my period until now, finally I decided to have an injection on May 15, 5 days ago I had a relationship with my husband, today I feel nauseous, and not feeling well, is there any chance that I will concede?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. After undergoing cesarean section (SC), usually women will start menstruating again 6 to 8 weeks later. This time span may be longer in those who are breastfeeding. And like women in general, irregular menstruation can still occur. Among them can be due to increased body weight, drastic weight loss, stress, fatigue or other physical conditions.
In your case, if you are not breastfeeding and you are not menstruating for 5 months, it is necessary to have further examination by an obstetrician to find out the cause of the condition, whether due to lifestyle or otherwise.
As for the possibility of getting pregnant, any contraception other than steady contraception that involves surgery, still has the potential for pregnancy even though it is small. However, nausea and feeling unwell are not a sign that a woman is definitely pregnant. Our advice is to have your pregnancy checked at home using a test pack in 1-2 weeks, or you can also consult your gynecologist regarding your non-smooth menstruation for the last 5 months.
Meanwhile, it would be better to wear a condom for more protection against the possibility of getting pregnant because the minimum recommendation to get pregnant again after giving birth is 6 months. Then keep a healthy lifestyle with adequate rest, stay away from cigarette smoke and stress, and multiply the consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa