The Possibility Of Pregnancy If Late Menstruation Accompanied By Nausea And Dizziness?
Hey, my name is Evita Ningsih, I’m 21 years old.rnI want to ask, on the 1st month I had my period on the 21st and in the 2nd month I had my period on the 20th, so I should have had my period on the 3rd on the 19th, but instead it was on the 28th. from that date I was 1 week late, well before the 28th I had my period, on the 27th I drank sprite and when I was on the road I got a shock due to potholes and the next day I had my period on the 28th. This is now in the 4th month until now on the 21st I have not had my period but I have dizziness, nausea, frequent spitting, back pain, stomach cramps, I want this and that, and my stomach is slightly enlarged, but after I tested the results were still negative. How’s that? From the doctor’s estimate, when will I get pregnant.??rnThat’s all I have to ask, please answer me because I need it and I’m waiting for the doctor’s answer. Thank you.
A normal menstrual cycle in women occurs every 21-35 days with a duration of 3-7 days. If your period is still within that time span, it could be that what you are experiencing is just the usual delay. However, if it is usually regular or not within that range, you may experience a delay in menstruation.
Menstrual delay itself can vary, such as oligomenorrhea where there is no menstruation >37 days but <90 days. Meanwhile, if it is >90 days, it is called amenorrhea. This condition can be influenced by many things such as hormones, use of contraception, pregnancy, malnutrition and others.
The complaints you experience may be symptoms of early pregnancy, but they can also be caused by other conditions such as gastritis or ulcers, GERD or acid reflux, reproductive, digestive or urinary tract infections and others.
Also read: signs of pregnancy
When you can get pregnant is unpredictable. But you can plan a pregnancy by knowing your fertile period you can read here. And also a lot of things that affect the occurrence of pregnancy such as female and male fertility such as hormones, female reproductive tract, sperm state and others. So if within 12 months of being married and having active sexual intercourse without using contraception but not yet pregnant, you can consult a gynecologist to evaluate your situation and your partner and plan your pregnancy later.
I hope this helps