The Testpack Results Are Positive But The Lab Urine Test Is Negative Because There Are Myomas?
Hello, I want to ask, my wife happens to be late for menstruation, the testpack has been positive from 4x experiments, then I checked the obstetrician and in the laboratory urine test the results were negative after being examined by ultrasound, said there was a myoma as large as a chicken egg blocking the cervix. After that the wife I’m bleeding, is that a miscarriage? Thanks …
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Basically, pregnancy checks using a test pack have an accuracy of up to 99% when done the right way and done when menstrual delays have occurred. Therefore, if your wife has done up to 4 times the test pack, your wife does it the right way, and all of them are positive, chances are your wife is having a pregnancy. Pregnancy testing using urine in a laboratory basically has the same principles as a home pregnancy test (test pack). If the tests carried out show different results, then there are several possible causes:
How to do the inspection at home is not appropriate (for example, your wife dips the test pack too long)
Urinalysis in the laboratory is not done by using morning urine (or the urine has been diluted due to heavy drinking beforehand)
Your wife has had a miscarriage so the results of the laboratory examination are negative
If you want to confirm it again, your wife can try to do a blood hCG examination or do an ultrasound at the gynecologist. From an ultrasound examination you can find out further whether there is a pregnancy pouch or not in your wife's uterus. If an ultrasound has been done, your wife's obstetrician must have told her the possibility of whether your wife is pregnant or not or whether your wife has a miscarriage or not. If it is not clear, the obstetrician will usually recommend a blood test (to see whether there is an increase or decrease in hCG levels) or suggest a repeat ultrasound within the next few weeks.
Bleeding that occurs does not necessarily indicate a miscarriage. Bleeding can also occur due to previous examinations (for example, internal examinations, PAP smears, or transvaginal ultrasound), post-sexual bleeding, etc. If bleeding occurs quite a lot, immediately re-examine the obstetrician.
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