Thickening Of The Uterine Wall?
Hello nI was late for my period 3 weeks 4 days ago I had an ultrasound, the doctor said it was not visible yet nShe said the thickening of the uterine wall n was told to wait 2 weeks again, told me to check if (+) means pregnant nIf it doesn’t mean you want to menstruate n nI hpht June 8, 28-day cycle nI have nausea, vomiting, dizziness, sore waist, lower stomach like a fasten, insomnia, sensitive nipples, sensitive to strong odors, frequent urination. NMy body is itchy for 3 weeks. I’ve been given a dry ointment to the midwife, after that it itches again until now. N nIs there any possibility that I might become pregnant? NPlease explain. Thank you
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Pregnancy can be determined through several tests. What is commonly done is with a testpack and ultrasound examination by an obstetrician. In pregnant women, the test pack results will show positive and on the ultrasound examination, the pregnancy sac or fetus will appear in the uterus. The uterine wall that appears thickened can also be a sign of early pregnancy. However, this wall thickening can also occur when you are approaching menstrual time, are using hormonal birth control, are overweight, or also have a disease (for example, polycystic ovary syndrome or disorders of the thyroid and pituitary glands).
As for the various subjective signs that you experience, namely nausea, vomiting, dizziness, aches, abdominal pain, more sensitive nipples, frequent urination, and also being more sensitive to odors, could be all signs of pregnancy. However, these complaints can also arise due to other triggers, such as hormonal changes just before menstruation, dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), urinary tract infections, stress, fatigue, other viral or bacterial infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. For that reason, the appearance of subjective complaints alone cannot be used as a reference in determining whether a woman is pregnant or not.
Meanwhile, itching that feels on your skin can occur due to hormonal changes (including those that often occur during pregnancy), allergies, irritation, skin infections, dry skin, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, neurodermatitis, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. You can see a doctor directly to get the best treatment to deal with this complaint. Tell the doctor the possibility of your condition being pregnant to the doctor so that the treatment that the doctor gives can be adjusted so as not to potentially harm the fetus.
In addition, according to the doctor's advice, you should go back to check with an obstetrician in 2 to 4 weeks to make sure whether you are really pregnant or not.
You can take the following steps to maintain your health and treat itching and other complaints:
Do not scratch excessively itchy skin Take a shower diligently and wear clothes made from cotton that are not tight Avoid contact between the skin with substances that are irritating or that can trigger your allergies. Drink more. Eat healthy foods, rich in folic acid, calcium and iron. Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol Do not stress or excessive fatigue Sleep more regularly Hope it helps ya ..
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