The Chance Of Getting Pregnant During Menstruation And A Test Line 2 Is Faint?
Good afternoon doctor. I’m having a late period. January The first day of my period on the 5th, because it was counted very late, I did a urine test to confirm pregnancy. the results were 2 lines but the control line was a bit vague, I hesitated and did a urine test 3 days later. and the results are the same. 2 lines but one of them is faint. then on the fifth day after the second test. I experienced the release of fresh blood, but not much. pain in the lower abdomen and spine. Am I really pregnant? or is it just a late period? if indeed pregnant, why fresh blood comes out? please refer doctor. thanks.
Hello R Nofa.
A vague testpack result indicates that the possibility of the testpack results in a positive direction. This cryptic result is due to insufficient HCG or pregnancy hormone detected, my suggestion is that you should do another 1 week testpack to confirm this.
Signs of pregnancy itself are usually marked by symptoms of nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps, frequent urination or dizziness. But not all pregnancy symptoms can be felt by every woman, because it depends on each hormone. During pregnancy, it can also produce spots or blood. If not accompanied by severe abdominal pain and blood clots, then the spots or blood can be caused by the attachment of eggs in the uterine wall or commonly called implantation bleeding. However, if the discharge is accompanied by severe abdominal pain or the presence of blood clots then it could lead to miscarriage.
My best advice is that you should check this with your doctor, yes, to be sure, the doctor will do a brief question and answer and some checks needed such as urine or ultrasound examination. The doctor will also provide appropriate treatment therapy.
While this should avoid strenuous activities, avoid stress, multiply to eat healthy and nutritious foods, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol.
be alert if you experience severe abdominal pain accompanied by blood cloting out, you should immediately see a doctor.
Thank you, hopefully useful.