is it normal for you to get cramps and nausea after having sex? because my by used a condom but i don't know if it broke or no
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Emergency Medicine 20 years experience
Yes: This sensation is called Dyspareunia. It is normal from time to time. Hope this helps!
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Emergency Medicine 19 years experience
Cramp&contraceptive: Following vigorous vaginal intercourse you can get mild cramps and nausea that should subside within a couple of hours. When used a sole contraceptive, being uncertain whether a condom broke should prompt immediate consideration for plan B & std testing of each partner.
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Last updated Sep 15, 2017
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