The Testpack Is Positive But The Fetal Sac Is Not Visible?
at morning doctor..rnI want to ask, related to this I should have had my period on 23 feb 2018 ..but so far I haven’t had my period, I tried to test pack 2x, the results were positive.rnI tried to check with a gynecologist. ..but the ultrasound doesn’t show the fetal sac… I don’t feel pain anywhere… But sometimes the stomach cramps go away for a whilernPlease explain….
Hello sister Tivani,
A positive test pack indicates the presence of the hormone betaHCG in the urine, this hormone is produced from the adhesion of the placenta or the gestational sac in the uterus, an ultrasound examination can be done to confirm it. Ultrasound can detect the gestational sac at the age of about 6 weeks after sexual intercourse or after fertilization, the use of ultrasound equipment is influenced by the operator or examination technique, as well as the location of its attachment such as at the bottom of the uterus or outside the uterus is difficult to detect. If the first examination does not show the fetus, then do a re-examination in the next 2 weeks to your obstetrician, maybe the size of the fetal sac is not large enough to be seen on ultrasound. or be aware if there is lower abdominal pain that is getting worse with weakness and fever or spotting or bleeding can be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy or miscarriage. The pregnancy test pack examination should be carried out by buying a different brand at a different store to avoid false negatives on expired devices or storage that is not up to standard. Read the instructions for use and how to read on the appliance. In addition to equipment examination, signs of pregnancy are as follows: late menstruation or no menstruation, nausea and vomiting in the morning, body chills or aches, changes in appetite and emotions. Meanwhile sister need not worry, eat enough food, nutritious food, get enough rest and avoid raw food. Click on the article on signs of pregnancy. Pregnancy test. Ultrasound examination. Ectopic pregnancy. Fake pregnancy. Hope it is useful