Stomach Cramps, Brown Spots Come Out, And Urinate Continuously. Symptoms Of PMS Or Pregnancy?
I want to ask, my HPHT 22 October, with a cycle of 30 days on the 12th I experienced cramps and brown spots came out, then after that my stomach felt like it was pulled and happened only at night. Now the schedule is 3 days when I want to menstruate, but I have stomach pains and pain after the chapter, urinating continuously in 2 hours 3 times without pain. Then cramps appear on the right side and not too painful. Are these PMS symptoms or signs of pregnancy? thank you
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The various complaints that you experience can mean many things, including:
As a result of hormonal fluctuations, many women experience various complaints just before the onset of menstruation. These complaints are usually classified into 2, namely physical complaints (nausea, dizziness, abdominal cramps, aches, fatigue, breast tightening) and psychic (depression, more sensitive, easy to cry, irritable, often alone, difficult to sleep, insomnia, appetite decreased). Usually, these complaints will improve by themselves after menstruation arrives. Sign of pregnancy
Hormonal changes that occur early in pregnancy often make this candidate feel uncomfortable in his body. Some complaints that often arise can be very similar to complaints that occur due to PMS. The difference is, if your complaint arises due to signs of pregnancy, then after experiencing the signs above, menstruation will not come as happened during PMS. However, in some conditions, women who are pregnant may experience bleeding that resembles menstruation. This bleeding is often called implantation bleeding. Frequently, this bleeding is characterized by low intensity (1-2 drops), short duration (1-2 days), and the absence of severe abdominal cramps as they appear during menstruation. If a testpack is done, implantation bleeding will also show positive results. Other causes, such as dyspepsia (increased gastric acid), inflammation of the intestine, appendicitis, urinary tract infections, psychosomatic disorders, etc. Without checking you directly, it is very difficult for us to distinguish whether your current condition is due to PMS, signs of pregnancy, or other causes as mentioned above. Therefore, the right step that you should do right now is, do a testpack. According to much literature, testpack is more accurate if done after a menstrual delay. So, try to be patient for at least 5 more days. Or, if you want faster results, try to see yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician. With a blood or ultrasound test, the possibility of pregnancy will usually be detected more quickly and more accurately. It could also, the doctor performs other supporting tests, such as urine tests and so on, to rule out other possible diseases.
In the meantime, you can ease your complaint through the following steps:
Warm compresses on the stomach that feel uncomfortable. Use loose clothing and pants. Don't massage your stomach cramps. Don't like to delay eating. Don't over stress. Increase in sports. Don't resist the urge to defecate. Drink lots of water, don't consume excessive caffeine.