The Cause Of 3 Months Late Menstruation?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, I have missed my period 3 months, last menstruation 30 August -5 September in October I testpack 2x and the results were positive then I went to the midwife when midwife and was not seen anything midwife said I should try to check with the obstetrician because there was a concern that there was a tumor / myoma in my uterus, the midwife only said that my uterus was still small. Then that night I went to the obstetrician and had an ultrasound again and it was true that I had a myoma in my stomach and the doctor told me to have my myoma surgery. But what I want to ask is why until now I haven’t menstruated so I tried a positive test pack. Is it possible that I am pregnant?
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An independent pregnancy test can be positive because it detects the HCG hormone in the urine, where the HCG is formed after fertilization of the egg and sperm or because there are abnormalities that cause the HCG hormone to appear unnaturally.
If the HCG appears after fertilization of sperm cells and cells, then this condition is called pregnancy, so that this hormone can be detected by a pregnancy check-up after several days of fertilization through urine examination.
However, some conditions can give a positive sign of HCG on the Peck test examination, such as in pregnancy outside the womb, pregnancy grapes, and in the event of miscarriage. When the pregnancy test is positive but no fetal growth is found in the uterus and there are no signs of pregnancy, it is necessary to do further tests to find out the possible causes of this complaint. In patients with myoma, the risk of an ectopic pregnancy or pregnancy outside the womb can occur, so that examination the risk of pregnancy outside the womb also needs to be considered.
The examination is carried out by a gynecologist both by physical examination and supporting examinations, such as blood tests and ultrasound examination. Treatment can be given based on the results of the inspection, from observation to surgery.
In connection with your question, the existence of complaints of late menstruation, positive peck test, and the discovery of myoma from the results of a doctor's examination, then this condition may be caused by a miscarriage condition that may have occurred but you are not aware of and there is a uterine myoma in your uterus. However, the condition this needs to be further evaluated and examined by your doctor using the diganostic procedure step as described above by your obstetrician.
This evaluation is expected to help determine the possible cause of the complaint you are experiencing. Thus, you should continue to check routinely according to your doctor's recommendations.
Regarding myoma, you can continue your obstetrician's plan based on the examination results obtained.
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