Women’s Fertile Period With Irregular Menstruation?
I’m Anis, I want to ask a woman’s fertile period in general, when is that?! And I also want to ask this month my menstruation is irregular, my last period was at the end of the month TPI why is it that at the beginning of the month I had my period and before I had my period I had sex with my husband. the default is sluggish, not as usual. Is that a sign of pregnancy or not?! I haven’t checked yet because I think I’m sick normally, but this time my period has only been completed for 3 days but the night came out again… Please explain, thank you
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It's true, nausea, dizziness, weakness, and a bad feeling in the body can be a sign of pregnancy. However, without intending to reduce your expectations, if until now you are still experiencing menstruation, then it means that you are not pregnant. Because, it is impossible for pregnancy to occur at the same time as menstruation. Even if there is normal bleeding that occurs in pregnant women, then naturally this bleeding is very small in amount (1-2 drops only) and very short in duration (1-2 days only). To be sure, you can try to do a testpack with tools that are now widely sold in pharmacies or medical device stores.
There are many causes for irregular menstrual bleeding. In addition to being pregnant, this condition can also indicate a hormonal imbalance, for example when you are stressed or tired, overweight, side effects of drugs, side effects of family planning, or due to a disease, such as endometriosis, ovarian cysts, hyperthyroidism, and so on.
Meanwhile, nausea, dizziness, weakness, and body aches, apart from being pregnant, can be caused by dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), anemia, hypoglycemia, viral or bacterial infections, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
If you and your husband are currently planning a pregnancy, we recommend that you both have your fertility checked directly with your doctor. Usually, in addition to a physical examination, the doctor will also recommend that you undergo a series of tests, such as a laboratory, ultrasound, or sperm analysis. . Furthermore, a pregnancy program can be started according to your condition and that of your partner.
In the meantime, try to get pregnant by having regular sexual intercourse every 2 to 3 days, especially during the fertile period. In women with regular menstrual cycles (between 21 to 35 days), the fertile period generally occurs around 14 days before the expected next menstrual period. However, if your menstrual cycle is irregular, you should learn how to calculate your fertile period below:
Know your shortest cycle. Subtract 18. This number is the first day when you are at your most fertile. Know your longest cycle. Subtract 11. This number is the last day when you are at your most fertile. If you are still confused, try to consult directly with a gynecologist, okay?
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah