Time For A Pregnancy Test After A Miscarriage?
Good afternoon, I had a miscarriage last month at a new pregnancy several weeks. A month later I had my period as usual. Before ovulation and when I ovulated I had several times related to my husband. After the ovulation period passed, I felt signs of pregnancy such as breasts somewhat swollen and sore, stomach tightened, easily tired / dizzy, frequent urination, nausea without vomiting, but when in the test pack the results were negative. My questions: 1. Is there any effect from miscarriage yesterday huh? 2. When can we test pregnancy using a testpack? 3. How long is the distance from miscarriage to get pregnant again? Thank you ,.
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Breasts that are painful and swollen, stomach feels tight, easily tired, dizzy, frequent urination, and nausea can indeed be part of a sign of pregnancy, or may not. Some other conditions that can also cause complaints like this are hormonal conditions that are not balanced (including due to miscarriage or before menstruation), dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), viral or bacterial infections (including breast infections or urinary tract infections), psychological disorders, etc.
After your uterus is clean from the rest of the post-miscarriage network, you have the potential to become pregnant again if you have unprotected sexual intercourse. However, in the medical realm, doctors will often advise women who have had a miscarriage to give a gap of 1 to 3 months before planning a pregnancy again. The goal is to wait for the condition of the uterus and reproductive organs to return to normal. However, this recommendation may differ depending on your health condition.
Your negative testpack results may indicate that you are not pregnant. However, your testpack results can also be negative when you are pregnant, for example if you do the testpack too early, it is not appropriate to undergo a testpack procedure, the urine sample you use is contaminated with bacteria, or also if you are taking certain medications. Ideally, a testpack should be done after a menstrual delay of 1 week or more.
To ensure the results of your testpack, we recommend that you check yourself back to the doctor or obstetrician for an ultrasound. For now, you can first overcome your complaints by compressing the breast and stomach that is uncomfortable with warm water, drink more, eat regularly, get plenty of rest, do not stress excessively, and always maintain personal hygiene and your intimate organs.
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