The Slimy Brown Lumps Come Out When The Test Pack Results Are Positive?
… I’m a 29 year old woman. May 29 I had my period. On June 29 I used a pregnancy test and the results were negative. The next day, June 30th, I released a brown clot and a little blood mucus. For a week, I wondered why my period was not smooth .. I tested positive again. am I Pregnant or not ??
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A positive testpack can be a sign of "uncertainty" in pregnancy. The results of this examination should ideally be reconfirmed by carrying out an ultrasound examination to a gynecologist to get more accurate results. Besides being pregnant, it is also possible that a positive test pack result occurs in women who are not pregnant, for example due to an improper testpack procedure, the effect of drug consumption, and so on.
According to various literatures, the best time to do a test pack is after experiencing a delay in menstruation. If you previously did a testpack which was negative, then turned positive about 1 week later, it could be that the time for checking your previous testpack was too early. The discharge of blood clots accompanied by spots for 1 week from the birth canal that occurs during pregnancy may be caused by the following conditions:
Implantation bleeding (bleeding that occurs when a fertilized fetus tears a blood vessel when implanting itself in the uterine wall) Miscarriage (abortion, ending of pregnancy before 20 weeks of age or when the fetus weighs less than 500 grams) Ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus) Molar pregnancy hydatidiform mole) Irritation of reproductive organs, for example after sexual intercourse, collisions, or excessive friction, etc. If you are actually not pregnant (for example because of an incorrect testpack), then it could be that the bleeding you are currently experiencing is still a natural thing due to regular menstruation. However, if you are actually pregnant, then of course it is necessary to immediately evaluate the possible source of this bleeding so that the best management can be done. For that, you should check yourself directly with a gynecologist.
At this time, you should first increase your rest time from tiring activities. Eat a healthy diet, drink enough, and get rid of all negative thoughts. Do not forget, first limit sexual intercourse if active bleeding is still coming from your vagina.
Hope this helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah