Stomach Throbbing And Hard Is Pregnant?
Good afternoon doctor, I want to ask On December 1, I gave a doc. Then on the 14th I got in touch but was not included in the dock. Then on the 28th I was bleeding from the vagina (2 menstrual periods). From that moment on I felt a strange doc like a symptom of pregnancy. On January 28, I was bleeding again a day and for 2 days it was just a mockery. In the second month I was bleeding again 4 days doc. I have had pregnancy tests 4 times and the results are negative. The ultrasound is also negative. What I want to ask is whether the blood that I drained was menstrual blood or blood implantation dock? And in March I didn’t come for the dock. Am I pregnant?
Thank you for the question.
A woman will normally menstruate every 21 to 35 days with a duration that ranges from 2 to 8 days. If you experience abnormal bleeding outside the menstrual schedule, then the most common possible cause is injury to the birth canal (including due to sexual intercourse or excessive masturbation), hormonal disorders (including due to stress, fatigue, unhealthy lifestyle, side effects of hormonal birth control) ), endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, myoma, uterine polyps, cervical cancer, and so on. Implanted spots in pregnant women can also cause bleeding like menstruation. However, if it is true that you are experiencing is caused by implantation spots, of course the results of your testpack and ultrasound will also support the diagnosis of pregnancy. If as you mentioned, that the results of your testpack and ultrasound do not indicate pregnancy, it is likely that your abnormal bleeding is also caused by other factors (other than due to pregnancy).
Our advice, you do not panic. Do not also rush to check your condition to the doctor, except if there is a lot of bleeding and lumpy, severe stomach cramps and intolerable, or other complaints that are more severe. Because, in the midst of an outbreak of COVID-19 like this, it is much safer if you stay at home, so that your risk of contracting the disease can be minimized.
Instead, you can take the following initial steps:
Get more rest
Do not always have sex that involves vaginal penetration
Eat lots of vegetables and fruits, also drink water diligently
Relax yourself, and do more exercise
Do not carelessly take drugs or herbs without first seeing a doctor
Conversely, if the complaint does not improve for a long time, or if a more severe complaint appears as we have mentioned above, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician.
I hope this helps.