When Can I Have A Testpack When I Am Sick, But My Period Isn’t Late?
I got married on the 9th, 9-14 I menstruated. I was only pure after the 15th, and for the first time I got in touch on the 17th for some reason. After that I connected again on 19,21,27. Now since the 23rd, I have been sick. I think because my stomach acid is recurring because I have a history of gastric infection. But I have eaten on time u0026amp; drink yogurt to relieve my stomach acid but often nausea especially if there is a pungent smell like car smoke, perfume, even yesterday there was food so I really wanted to vomit see it. Even though I never had that before and it was my favorite food. I asked my friend, should I have a personal testack? But tell my friends not yet, wait another week. But I was interested. And sorry for my husband as well hope that. So what is good when I see a doctor?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your feelings. Actually it does not matter if you want to immediately do a pregnancy test using a testpack. This will not affect your health, especially your pregnancy status.
Indeed the ideal time to do a pregnancy test using a testpack is after a late period of about 1-2 weeks, but doing it early will not hurt you. Especially now that there have been many outstanding test packs with certain sensitivity that make you not have to wait long to find out if you have a tendency to get pregnant or not, even though the price is relatively more expensive. Say even negative results, you can still try again next week because the results can change.
What is clear is that you need to understand is that the results of the testpack, nausea, vomiting, a nose that is more sensitive to smell, late menstruation, etc. is not an absolute sign of pregnancy. The absolute sign of pregnancy is only when a pregnancy sac is found along with the fetal heart rate, or there is even a fetal organ. This can be known at the earliest with an ultrasound examination, so if indeed you are really curious, just check with your obstetrician when there is a difference of 4-5 weeks from the last time you had sex. Even if your obstetrician doesn't find anything, you will most likely be asked to control again next week to be checked again.
The point is, once again, the most ideal time to do a testpack is when your period is a week late. But if you use a better testpack that has information on it that it can detect faster, it doesn't matter if you want a faster test. This will not cause you any medical harm. Nor is the case with the examination to the obstetrician. You are free to leave now or later. Your doctor will not scold you for checking it too early. To note, for ultrasound examination is usually the earliest detected in the 4th week of pregnancy.
Meanwhile, if you suspect that you are pregnant, start limiting physical activity and multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit, stay away from pollution and cigarette smoke, get enough rest and meet your fluid needs. In addition, you can also start taking vitamins and pregnancy supplements. Say it turns out you are not even pregnant, this supplement is still good for those who are undergoing a pregnant program. So, hopefully answering your question.