Ultrasound Has Not Yet Appeared But The Testpack Results Are Positive?
, I was late last month on the 13th I tested positive, the next day I went ultrasound, the doctrine said there was nothing he said just like that .. then from the 12th I felt lower abdominal pain this day, and I felt sick today. really stomach ache at the legs thighs .. usually if I do this I will dtg months, this is why yes ,. enlighten me please 🙏
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A positive testpack does not always indicate pregnancy. In rare conditions, it can also be a positive testpack result in women who are not pregnant, for example due to testpack error procedures, urine contaminated by bacteria or drugs, to pregnancy disorders, such as ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside the womb), pregnant wine, empty pregnancy , or miscarriage. Therefore, before this positive testpack result is confirmed by an ultrasound examination, it is not certain that a woman is pregnant.
Pain in the lower abdomen to spread to the thighs that you experience may be part of the symptoms of the coming of menstruation (pre menstrual syndrome). It could also, this pain arises due to other reasons, such as urinary tract infections or stones, endometriosis, myomas, lymphadenitis, nerve clamps, digestive infections, food poisoning, viral or bacterial infections, ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, and so on. The condition that you are experiencing at this time can also cause your testpack results to be false positive, or not.
You should ask your doctor or obstetrician who is examining you directly, what is the exact condition that triggers your complaints. By checking you directly, or doing a supporting test, such as ultrasound, blood tests, urine tests, and so on, of course your doctor can also give you the best treatment.
For now, you can overcome your complaints first by increasing the rest, compressing the stomach to the painful thighs with warm water, taking paracetamol to help relieve pain, do not always lift the burden that is too heavy, do not also excessive physical activity, always wear clothes and comfortable pants, do not use high heels, eat regularly, drink more, and exercise diligently.
Hope this helps ...