The Cause Has Not Been Menstruating For 3 Months But The Test Pack Results Are Negative?
Hello. Want to ask, i just got married 6 months When I got married, I used birth control pills. But immediately use it, not the consul first midwife. At first, just using birth control pills, menstruation is smooth. When my husband left me to work, the pill was released. Then my husband came home using the pill again and then asked my husband to take birth control again, I think I don’t use it anymore because I want to have children. Then I was nauseous. Rich people had a fever during a midwifery examination, the results were positive. But when I calculated it, there wasn’t a month yet. After a few weeks I TEST myself a negative. If yes, negative why I haven’t had my menstrual period for 3 months? What is the effect of the plug-and-go-on contraceptive pill? Mohooon the explorer
The complaint you experience is a delay in menstruation. One of the things that causes delayed menstruation is pregnancy. Did you do a test pack or ultrasound when you checked at the midwife? When do you do the testpack yourself? Was it after the midwife or before the midwife?
If your testpack is negative, try to do the testpack again 1 or 2 weeks after the first testpack. However, to ensure pregnancy, an ultrasound is needed to look for the gestational sac, fetal movement, and fetal heart rate.
Although late menstruation is often caused by pregnancy, actually late menstruation can also be influenced by other conditions, such as:
Psychological stress, anxiety, depression, tension Physical fatigue Exercise and too heavy activity changes in weight drastically side effects of contraceptives: generally after birth control pills are stopped menstrual cycle conditions will return to normal Other medical conditions: cysts, polycystic ovary syndrome, thyroid disease , hormonal instability Considering that you are 3 months late menstruating, I suggest that you check with your obstetrician first so that further tests can be done with ultrasound or blood tests to confirm pregnancy and also find out the cause of your late menstruation. If other conditions are found, the doctor can provide the right treatment for you.
Some tips you can do:
Get used to a healthy lifestyle Regular light exercise Maintain ideal body weight Try not to get tired of getting enough rest and sleep 7-8 hours / day Consume healthy and nutritious food Drink lots of water Manage your stress and anxiety The following articles related to the topic of your question :
Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y