Why Is The Stomach Always Throbbing And Feel The Signs Of Pregnancy?
Hello, my name is Alda dri semarang, I want it, I have menstruated for 4 days but how come my stomach is still throbbing or twitching before haidd and after menstruation I often appear twitching, what is that a sign of? Dangerous or not? I already have lots of debates … before my period I also felt a lot of complaints such as nausea, weird wanting * or fresh ones * I had to eat even more and even I slept on my stomach feeling odd and like I was floating, I thought I was pregnant I was always on guard my body is well, my husband is happy he thought I was pregnant … Ehh, I actually menstruated for 4 days – I and my husband were sad Dokk … guess what are the symptoms huh?
Good afternoon Alda, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are various kinds of signs of pregnancy, ranging from signs that the level of confidence is very low to the signs that indicate that someone is definitely pregnant. The problem is, the majority of signs that are known by lay people, such as late menstruation, stomach cramps, nausea and vomiting, increased frequency of urination, changes in breasts, cravings, fatigue, mood swings, sensitive to odor and increased or even loss of appetite, is a sign of the lowest level of confidence.
This is because indeed these symptoms can be found in other conditions. In fact, there is a condition called pseudocyesis, a condition where a person shows various signs of pregnancy until he is very sure that he is pregnant, even his stomach is enlarged, but actually he is not pregnant.
Then regarding the feeling of throbbing stomach and twitching can mean many things besides the pregnancy itself. Could be due to the condition of pseudocyesis that we mentioned above, could be due to hormonal imbalance, could be due to the effects of sperm cells after sexual intercourse, could be due to nipple stimulation either by hand or inadvertently by clothing friction, and could also be due to infection. What is clear, if this is a disease, usually accompanied by unbearable pain, discomfort during intercourse, bleeding, and other symptoms.
Our advice, because you really want to have children soon, you should consult an obstetrician, especially if you have had sex with your husband for about a year without safety, and with a fairly frequent frequency (min. 3-4x a week). Your obstetrician will see if there are physical abnormalities that you have that might affect fertility, and if there are no abnormalities whatsoever, it's your husband's turn to check the quality of his sperm at a urologist or an andrologist.
Meanwhile, sexual intercourse, avoid stress and stay away from cigarette smoke for you and your husband, consume fertile foods for you and sperm enhancing food for your husband, and know your fertile period. So, hopefully answering your question.