Why Are The Results Of The Testpack Positive In Myoma Sufferers?
Good evening r nI want to ask, I was late for months after doing the test pack, the results were positive but when I was on ultrasound it turned out that there was myoma in the uterus. R nI want to ask why the test pack result was positive?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. When a woman is pregnant, there are many signs that she can feel, ranging from late menstruation, stomach cramps, increased urination frequency, and positive test pack results. But not many know that most of these signs do not necessarily mean that you are pregnant.
Signs of pregnancy are divided into three, there are suspected signs, possible signs and sure signs of pregnancy. The suspicion sign is the lowest level of confidence in indicating that someone is pregnant. What is suspected is such as late menstruation, cravings, stomach cramps, and so on. It is called the lowest because there are many other medical conditions that can cause these symptoms besides pregnancy.
Then there's a possible sign. Signs may include a doctor's examination of the cervix, and in between there is also a testpack examination. Trust is higher, but still does not indicate someone is definitely pregnant. This is because there may still be false positives (false positives) on the testpack check. What is called a false positive is when a test returns positive when it is actually negative. And this is a natural thing, and can happen because of various things, such as a broken tool, wrong way of using it, expiration date and the like.
While the definite sign is when the signs of life are actually found in your uterus, namely by finding the heartbeat, the baby's limbs, and so on, either through manual examination or by ultrasound.
So you don't need to be confused if the test pack results show positive but you are not pregnant because it might happen. If you are still in doubt, you can do a blood test at your obstetrician to confirm it, and do an ultrasound to see directly whether there is a pregnancy sac in your uterus. So, hopefully it answers your question.