Testpack Results Are Still Positive After A Miscarriage?
Good afternoon I want to ask, I had a miscarriage 3 months ago after the miscarriage, my period was normal until April and on May 13 th afternoon, my bagpack was positive and my mlm was bleeding for 11 days, it came out red blood for about 1 week the remaining x wrna brown2 and so after I finished the taspack again right a few times the results of x are still positive. I am convinced that it is pregnant or not I have an ultrasound, the word x isn’t visible but my uterine pouch starts to enlarge x Am I pregnant or not? And what came out in May did menstrual blood or blood cleanse the breed?
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Positive testpack results indeed often indicate pregnancy. However, this testpack result can also be positive due to improper testpack procedures, or due to pregnancy disorders, for example ectopic pregnancy, wine pregnancy, empty pregnancy, even miscarriage. To distinguish each of these possibilities, supporting examinations can be done, for example USG.
If what the doctor says is the uterus (not the uterus sac), then this uterine enlargement is actually not specifically referring to pregnancy. It could also, the uterus appears enlarged or thickened due to hormonal changes before menstruation, uterine cancer, myomas, ovarian cysts, thyroid gland disorders, and so on. However, if it is true that the doctor mentioned is the uterine sac, then this condition in addition can be caused by a real pregnancy, it can also occur due to an empty pregnancy (blighted ovum) or pregnant wine. These conditions may also be related to bleeding that you have experienced before.
Without checking you directly, of course we are not authorized to ascertain exactly what conditions underlie your current complaint. Our advice, you do a re-examination to an obstetrician so that your condition can be handled properly according to the cause, yes. Depending on the cause, your condition can later be handled by the doctor observing, administering drugs, or possibly surgery.
At this time, if there is still a lot of blood coming out, you should multiply rest first. Do not always have sex that involves vaginal penetration. In addition, do not also take drugs carelessly without doctor's advice.
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