Still Menstruating When Declared Pregnant And Testpack 2 Faint Lines?
Hello. R n r nI want to ask again about my symptoms. I feel nauseous, vomiting spit up and other symptoms of pregnancy that I feel, when 2 weeks ago my midwife and midwife said I was starting to get pregnant early, but I can’t be tired, but what I wonder is I’m still menstruating, and after 8 days my menstruation has not stopped I had a little on 4 days of menstruation and the fifth day was up, and on the sixth day, seven and eight of my menstruation was a little, just a brownish red spot. The midwife said that starting next month I hope I have no more menstruation. My test is still negative, but the negative line 1 is not clear. What about if, am I pregnant or not? thanks.
Please note that when pregnant it is impossible for a pregnant woman to experience menstruation. If a woman is having menstruation, it is certain that the woman is not pregnant. What may happen is if the woman becomes pregnant and then bleeds during pregnancy.
Bleeding during pregnancy can be caused by several things such as signs of attachment of the fetus to the uterine wall (usually only light bleeding and lasts 1-2 days), signs of miscarriage, problems with the palsenta, infections of the vagina and uterus, signs of pregnancy outside the uterus, blighted ovum / empty pregnancy, wine pregnancy, and post-related bleeding. Bleeding conditions during pregnancy should be checked by a doctor so that proper treatment can be given as soon as possible.
If at this time you have done the test pack again and the result is 1 line, this means you are not pregnant and the bleeding you experienced yesterday was menstruation. But you can try to do a testpack again in 1 week to be more sure.
If you are in doubt, you should check with your obstetrician directly so that you can do further tests with ultrasound to find out the definite signs of pregnancy in the form of a gestational sac, fetal heart rate, or fetal movement.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y