The Cause Of Late Menstruation But The Testpack Results Are Still Negative?
Afternoon doctor … I am not late menstruating for more than 11 weeks. At that time my PEK test was negative until 3 times I was still negative test .. while I was still menstruating and nauseous and dizzy finally I went to the midwife on ultrasound apparently there was a pocket but the fetus did not look … whether the pregnant woman will always be gone have a baby bag? This is the 4th pregnancy and the last pregnancy 12 years ago and my pregnancy is all miscarriage. Please explain doctor
Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Pregnancy is a natural process experienced by a woman by developing her fetus in the womb until her delivery. The pregnancy period can last about 40 days, where the pregnancy begins with fertilization of the egg by sperm cells and then sticks in the uterus and grows into a fetus until delivery.
Some of the signs of pregnancy below can provide information on the possibility of pregnancy for a woman, so that as early as possible to do a pregnancy check, some signs of pregnancy are;
breast feels enlarged
nausea and vomiting
pregnancy test results are positive
Ultrasound examination results support pregnancy
In the early pregnancy, pregnancy examination can be done by a doctor with the help of ultrasound, so that around the fetal sac or gestational sac can be seen with ultrasound around 4-5 weeks gestation. At 6 weeks gestation, fetal heart rate can be detected by ultrasound, and if the heart rate has not been detected at 6-7 weeks, doctors can re-evaluate at 9 weeks of pregnancy.
Concerned with your question, the presence of menstrual complaints about 11 weeks late, a history of miscarriage of 3 previous pregnancies, and no fetus appearing at more than 11 weeks' gestation, may be a picture of a blighted ovum or an empty pregnancy. A previous history of miscarriage can provide information on the possibility of a high risk factor for the risk of further miscarriage, however, efforts to prevent pregnancy and subsequent miscarriages in future pregnancies can still be sought by consulting an obstetrician and undergoing a healthy lifestyle to support a healthy pregnancy.
Regarding 11 weeks gestation, but there is no fetal development in gestational sac, this means that no fetal heart rate can be detected, where fetal heart rate should be detected around 5-6 weeks gestation. Therefore, for your current pregnancy, you should immediately consult a doctor again and continue the doctor's plan related to your current clinical condition. If the doctor decides this condition to be an empty pregnancy, then the doctor can plan a curette to help manage it.
To prevent the risk of future pregnancy disorders, you and your husband should be able to avoid exposure to cigarette smoke and alcohol when consuming them. Avoid physical fatigue, promote weight gain, and avoid sleeping late to help restore your stamina and your husband.
Thus the info we can convey.