The Test Results Are Two Faint Lines Accompanied By Vomiting?
I tested this morning, and the results are two lines, but 1 is faint, right, the longer the HCG hormone, the more it is … even though I am mutilated u0026sup2; January but this is the first time I have to check for u0026sup2; ,, I mutah u0026sup2; the doctor said, still stomach acid …
Thank you for the question.
Regarding your question, several things need to be understood, namely:
First, vague testpack results cannot be used as a basis for determining whether you are pregnant or not. Most likely, your vague testpack results are caused by improper testpacks, inaccurate examination times, or urine and drug-contaminated samples of urine. Therefore, this testpack should be repeated again, or confirmed immediately by a doctor's examination. Secondly, even vomiting cannot confirm a pregnancy. Because, in addition to being pregnant, vomiting can also occur due to the influence of increased stomach acid, stress, hormonal disorders, food allergies, head injuries, migraines, digestive infections or other organ systems, liver disorders, kidney disorders, drug effects, and so on. If your vomiting really occurs due to pregnancy, of course this will be supported by positive testpack results and the appearance of other signs of pregnancy. Third, the best step in determining whether you are pregnant or not, and (if you are pregnant) whether your pregnancy is healthy or not, is to check with your doctor or obstetrician directly. There, you can later have an in-depth interview, have a physical condition checked, and are encouraged to undergo several tests, such as a urine test, blood test, or ultrasound. However, considering that currently there is an outbreak of COVID-19, it is advisable to postpone a doctor's examination to minimize your risk of contracting the disease. Therefore, as we have mentioned above, you should first repeat the testpack for at least 3-7 days. Meanwhile, to reduce vomiting, you can do it first:
Eat small portions but regularly 3-5 hours Never eat foods that are sour, bersantan, spicy, oily, fatty, and excessive gassing Also avoid consumption of caffeinated, fizzy, especially alcoholic drinks Only eat and drink perfectly cooked and clean Compressed warm stomach You are nauseous Rest more, do not get stressed Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's advice If after repeated many times your testpack is still confusing the results, or if vomiting occurs very often (more than 10 times a day), you can check yourself immediately to the doctor so that it is handled properly. If it is suspected that you are pregnant or have problems with the reproductive organs, then your doctor can refer you to an obstetrician.
Hope this helps ...