The Possibility Of Getting Pregnant While Spotting Out After Intercourse?
Hello, last November I menstruated on the 8th, I continued to have intercourse on the 27th of December until 1 January in a row ,, What I want to ask on 3 January, yesterday I came out a little dark blood, I thought menstruation again as usual, but when I use sanitary pads, why don’t I have blood again? But sometimes when I urinate after I get blood again when I wear pants, it doesn’t come out anymore, guess why? Am I pregnant? Please answer🙏
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There is a history of the last menstruation on November 8, 2019, and on December 27, 2019 - on January 1, 2020 you have sex in a row, but until the date you write this question you have complaints of blood stains that stop and come out again, then this is still can not confirm a pregnancy. Pregnancy occurs when the egg and sperm meet and develop into a fetus. Thus, if when you have intercourse, your partner does not use condoms and sperm cells meet with eggs (when you are fertile) then the possibility of pregnancy can occur.
Some signs of pregnancy can also be found after the fertilization process of this egg, such as:
1. Nausea complaining
2. Late menstruation
4. Breasts firmer
5. Frequent urination
Meanwhile, to ensure a pregnancy, in addition to the symptoms that accompany the above, it is necessary to do an evaluation in a few weeks or several menstrual cycles, namely:
1. Is this January or the menstrual cycle in February 2020 ahead of menstruation? If your period is late, then the possibility of pregnancy is even greater
2. Positive Peck test results
3. The obstetrician's examination results confirm pregnancy
With a definite sign of pregnancy being strengthened by your obstetrician, you can be sure of an ongoing pregnancy. So, routine care and consultation with obstetricians can be done well.
However, if the evaluation shows the menstrual cycle in the next cycle or the results of the doctor's examination does not provide information about a pregnancy, then some of the conditions below can trigger complaints that you experience spots, such as:
1. Early signs before menstruation
2. Physical fatigue before menstruation
3. Use of KB
4. Impaired female hormonal balance
6. Injury to the female area
Therefore, to ensure all this, you should consult directly with your obstetrician after an evaluation of about the next menstrual cycle. If you do not menstruate for the next menstrual cycle, during a visit to the doctor, the doctor will conduct an evaluation and physical examination as well as supporting examinations, either blood or ultrasound examination. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing care according to the indications.
For now, several things need to be considered, such as:
1. Avoid physical fatigue
2. If you are not married and want to prevent pregnancy, then you should avoid sex before marriage
3. Avoid sleeping late at night before menstruation
Thus the info we can convey.