The Cause Is Not Menstruation And Stomach Cramps?
I want to ask my wife to be sick and want to head since 2 weeks ago, but now it hasn’t come out yet.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Late menstrual conditions are often associated with pregnancy. But in reality, a person can experience late menstruation even though not currently pregnant. Among the causes are:
Stress or many thoughts
Lack of sleep or fatigue
Extremely overweight or underweight
Weight gain that goes up and down is too drastic
Frequently consume fatty and oily foods
Imbalance of thyroid hormone
Female hormonal imbalance
Drug side effects or hormonal contraception
Similarly with stomach cramps, abdominal cramps can also occur in people with endometriosis, intestinal inflammation, gastric disorders, gastrointestinal infections, and a number of other diseases. So it is indeed impossible to know whether someone is pregnant or not only from late menstrual symptoms and stomach cramps. Our advice if you really want to find out if your wife is pregnant or not, do a pregnancy test using a testpack that you can buy freely at the nearest pharmacy. Or you can also directly check your wife at the gynecologist, so if it turns out you're not pregnant, you can also find out the possible causes of the condition.
Meanwhile, maintain a healthy lifestyle by maintaining an ideal body weight, adequate rest, avoiding stress and cigarette smoke, and multiply the consumption of nutritious foods such as vegetables and fruit. So, hopefully answering your question.