Test Pack Positive But Not Yet Pregnant, With Irregular Menstrual Cycles?
Greetings, I’m Mia aged 28 want to ask. the condition of my menstrual cycle is irregular, I use the menstrual calculation calendar application so that I remember when my last menstruation and my next menstruation came, my cycle was about 35 days and often even late. The point of my question is, my HPHT on 28 February 2019 and menstruation finished on 10 March 2019, on 18 April 2019 I tested positive, on 19 and 20 I re-tested to make sure and still positive line 2, dated 21 I felt stomach cramps below and there is a reddish brown spots in the afternoon I tespack again still line 2, on 22 23 24 april i take a break because more and more spots and on April 25 I tespack still positive line 2 but the spots increase like menstruation and I decided to go to the obstetrician, after in the ultrasound the doctor said my uterus was clean there were no problems whatsoever, I asked if it was miscarriage blood or else the doctor did not say there were signs of miscarriage, the doctor only asked me to evaluate again 3 weeks later because there was a visible thickening of the uterine wall which was thought to be just preparing for pregnancy, , I want to ask why it can be like that? does the HealthReplies.com Team have another explanation?
A positive testpack result is an uncertain sign of pregnancy that needs to be reasserted by ultrasound. From the ultrasound the doctor can see the sac of pregnancy, fetal movements, and fetal heart rate which is a sure sign of pregnancy. Doctors can also do blood tests to see pregnancy hormone levels.
Sometimes the results of the testpack can be fake results, for example because the testoack tool is damaged or an error when using the testpack. If a pregnancy is not found in the uterus, it is also necessary to think about pregnancy outside the uterus, pregnancy wine, and miscarriages before pregnancy is confirmed.
At the time of ultrasound performed at a very early gestational age, it is natural if there is no visible fetus and usually only thickening of the uterus. Therefore, the obstetrician recommends re-ultrasound control 2-4 weeks later. It is hoped that when the control is clearer the signs of pregnancy.
You don't need to worry for now. We recommend that you follow the doctor's advice to control return to the obstetrician in 3 weeks. While waiting for control, you should get enough rest, keep eating healthy and nutritious foods, avoid stress, and meet your daily fluid needs.
Hope it helps you,