The Right Time To Do A Testpack?
Good evening doctor, I want to ask my hpht on August 17th, what I feel now is that my breasts are sore and itchy a bit on the nipples, nausea if the smell of instant noodles, already brp hr this morning always nauseous. And I have a headache. This hasn’t been late for the period, I think I’ve been able to do a testpack on the date? I regularly take prenagen esensis and folavit after menstruation. Please explain from what I feel. Thank you, doctor
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Your symptoms are indeed a common symptom experienced by pregnant women in early pregnancy. However, these symptoms are signs of the lowest quality and are most prone to misunderstanding. This is because breast pain, nipple itching, headaches and so on are symptoms that can also appear in other medical conditions, not only when pregnant. That is why, if you want to prove whether a person is pregnant or not, after he experiences these symptoms, it must also be clarified with a pregnancy test, and followed by an ultrasound test.
To do a pregnancy test, the best time is about 1-2 weeks after you miss your period. So when you start feeling late for 1-2 days, don't check right away, wait 1-2 weeks to make the results more accurate. This is because a pregnancy test works by measuring pregnancy hormones, which levels increase over time. For this reason, the more delayed, the higher the accuracy.
Then for the habit of consuming these products, it does not matter because the product is only harmless if consumed by women who are not pregnant. What distinguishes it from other milk is that milk like this is more focused and enriched content that is important for pregnant women, such as folic acid. So it's not a drug and may be consumed regardless of what your pregnancy test results will be.
But if you experience complaints that are very disturbing, such as you become vomiting, pain in her breasts is very disturbing everyday and so forth, do not hesitate to check yourself at the obstetrician and tell me your problem, so you can do further tests. So, hopefully answering your question.