Sure Signs Of Pregnancy After Late Menstruation And The Results Of The Tests Are Still Negative?
Afternoon ,,, I am kind … want to ask in November I come on the date of the 18th .. before my period, I was always regular every month with a 28 day cycle … so for the next month, I always advanced … on this 18th of December I have not yet come a month and starting from 16 December I experienced signs of pregnancy such as back pain … lower back pain … my body disappeared and my body was hot for a few days and recovered by myself … I felt I was pregnant then I tested on December 18 the results were negative then I tested again on the 20th the result is still negative … then I went to the obstetrician, in the ultrasound the doctor said my uterus was empty … because I was curious then I had a blood test hcg on the 20th of December … and the result was u0026lt; 1.2 … were I not pregnant or because I checked too fast so it can’t be checked, I hope I’m really pregnant 😇 .. Thank you for the explanation 🙏
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Lower back and low back pain, and body heat are not typical signs of pregnancy. These complaints can also arise due to other causes, such as hormonal changes before menstruation, fibromyalgia, fatigue, viral or bacterial infections, intestinal inflammation, pelvic inflammation, and so on. If you view from the results of your ultrasound examination that shows the condition of an empty uterus and the results of your beta hCG examination that is less than 5 mIU / mL, chances are you are not currently pregnant.
Delay in menstruation is one of them can be caused by pregnancy. However, besides that, there are many other conditions that can also cause menstruation to come late, for example due to stress, fatigue, obesity, extreme diets, side effects of birth control or other drugs, ovarian cysts, thyroid gland disorders, and so on. Ascertain whether the delay in menstruation has anything to do with pregnancy or you can not do with a testpack, blood tests, until the ultrasound as you have done. Ideally, this checkup is indeed done after a delay in menstruation, at least 1 week, or more.
Even though it's unlikely, your test results that don't show signs of pregnancy may be due to the time of the examination is too early. To confirm this, you can do a re-examination in 2 to 4 weeks. As an initial management, you can first improve your lifestyle so that it is healthier, namely by getting enough rest, eating more antioxidant-rich foods (for example vegetables, fruits, and whole grains), don't stress, drink enough, and be diligent in exercising . To reduce pain in the back and lower waist, you can first apply warm water compresses. Meanwhile, to relieve your body heat, you can take the drug Paracetamol first.
If within 2 to 4 weeks your menstruation still does not come, you can go back to see a doctor or obstetrician to find out the cause of your complaints.
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