Why Can It Be Declared Pregnant By A Midwife But When There Was Only One Line Of Examination?
At night, I was declared pregnant by a midwife, but after I tested it turned out that the outline was only 1, so how do I do, do I need ultrasound to confirm it, but people say if the pregnancy is still counted for a week or just a month is not good for ultrasound because it doesn’t nice rays from the ultrasound, which I’m confused about whether I’m pregnant or not y ,, moHon the explanation,
Good evening, thanks for the question
The first sign of pregnancy that a woman feels is menstruation stops. If at this time you are late for your period but the test pack results are negative, you can make sure by doing a repeat test pack and see a gynecologist. So far the examination using a test pack is classified as having a good sensitivity, maybe the way to use it is not right can be the cause.
When conducting an examination with an obstetrician, the doctor can assess whether there is a pregnancy sac using an ultrasound examination (USG). Ultrasound is an imaging examination that uses high-frequency sound wave modality to be able to visualize the desired organ. So far, there is no evidence that ultrasound during pregnancy can cause negative effects on the fetus in any trimester.
If done by a doctor who is trained in this matter the obstetrician is very safe because the ultrasound does not emit ionized radiation at all like the x-ray examination. Ultrasound is useful for monitoring fetal health and assessing the condition of the uterus so that it is very useful in monitoring healthy pregnancy.
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