The Testpack Results Are Positive But The Results Of The Ultrasound Have Not Yet Seen The Sac Of Pregnancy?
I want to ask, I last menstruated on the 26th February until the 12th of April I did not get a menstruation as well so I was curious to have a testpack on that date and the results were negative, well after 5 days intervals on the 17th of April I testpack again the results were clearly positive, then I to the midwife and said he had been walking for 7 weeks, but the longer why the lower abdomen peranakan pain like going menstruation and finally I decided to go to the obstetrician, with complaints, on the stomach ultrasound the doctor said the fetal cantonment did not look likely to be pregnant outside the womb, in order the ultrasound transvagina, already transvaginal ultrasound is still not visible too, is it really for ultrasound too early for a young pregnancy? Because the date 12 is negative and the date 17 is positive, so for the ultrasound to look how many weeks should I wait?
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Judging from the date of your LMP (the first day of your last menstruation), if it is true that you are pregnant, then your current pregnancy should be around 9 weeks. At this age, if an ultrasound is performed, a normal pregnancy is usually able to show the sac of pregnancy, even the fetus can also be seen in it.
If the ultrasound examination is not found signs of pregnancy in the uterus, while the testpack results are positive, then there are many possibilities, for example:
HPHT fallacy, causing premature examination time ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the uterus) Grape pregnancy (hydatidiform mole) Pregnancy, but miscarriage False positive positive testpack results, for example due to inadequate testpack procedures, urine contaminated by drugs or bacteria, and so on. Better, you take advice on handling it according to what your doctor directs. Usually, to confirm a case like yours, your obstetrician will recommend that you undergo a repeat examination in 2 weeks.
In the meantime, you can increase your time to rest, while compressing your aching lower abdomen with warm water so the pain subsides. Do not forget, first limit excessive activities that involve contraction of the lower abdominal muscles, for example lifting heavy objects, going up and down stairs, running long distances, and so on. Also avoid excessive sexual relations before being declared safe by a doctor, and always live a healthy lifestyle.
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