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Home Remedies For Pain After Sexual Activity
No: "sex headaches" are more common in men, often just before or during orgasm. Usually these don't indicate anything worrisome. But if it comes on suddenly rather than building gradually, and it's your first one, it's best to see a doctor (primary care physician or neurologist, etc) for an evaluation. More info for you here: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/sex-headaches/ds00645. ...Read more
Maybe not...: Many women have a cervix that is "friable", meaning that when you touch it, it tends to bleed a bit. Sometimes the likelihood of this can be increased by things like the birth control pill. On the other hand, you could have a cervical polyp, or infection, or pre-cancerous lesion. Best advice would be to go to your gynecologist and ask specifically about this issue. Have an up to date pap done. ...Read more
Talk with Ob/Gyn: There are a number of potential reasons you might be having abdominal pains after sexual activity. It is important to be thoroughly evaluated by your ob/gyn to determine the appropriate etiology and treatment. ...Read more
Talk to your GYN, MD:
Could be due to multiple
reasons only your md can examine you. ...Read more
Inflamed cervix: Your cervix may be inflamed and therefore the act of sex can make it bleed. If the sex was not painful, then trauma causing damage is unlikely. An inflamed cervix can bleed with even very gentle bumping. We this often during an annual well woman exam when the cervix bleeds from even a pap smear or a q-tip. Cervical cancer can cause the same problem. Time to get a check up from your family doc. ...Read more
Since it is: Impossible for anyone else to know what "doesn't feel right" means, you'll need to discuss it with your doctor instead. ...Read more
Discharge: I understand that you may have had self induced sexual activity if you report no sex. There may be infection if the device you used was contaminated. Also, injury to the vagina and cervix and even deeper tissues may result in vaginal discharge. I would not delay being seen by physician at this point. ...Read more
Lots of reasons: At your age perimenopause is the most likely answer. Pregnancy, stress, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, annovulatory cycles and many other things are also possible. If you are concerned, it is time to call your family doctor! Until you know for sure, just to be safe, don't to anything that would hurt your baby if you are pregnant. ...Read more
It's GI related.: If you are experiencing both cramps with diarrhea, it may not be related to sexual activity necessarily. It could have been coincidental. This sounds more like a gastrointestinal issue. It could either be related to being exposed to someone who is sick recently, or particular food you've eaten 6-8 hours prior. You should see your doctor if it continues. ...Read more
I've had these 3 lines on the head of my penis that get larger and brighter randomly, but generally after sexual activity.?
See provider: Please see your health care provider for your concern to get assessment and a diagnosis and treatment as it has been there long enough for you to be concerned about it. ...Read more
I have been feeling ill for the past week after sexual activity but I'm under a lot of stress too which one is making me feel ill?
Unfortunately, we: Can't even begin to tell you without an in-person interview & physical exam, plus any relevant testing. ...Read more
Sorry, I wasn't clear. If you have negative RPR 3 months after sexual activity you're concerned about, is that conclusive proof you didn't get syph?
I have nausea before and after every time I eat a meal and also after sexual activity. Why is this? Or what could be causing it?
Unclear: These are pretty non-specific symptoms. Keep a journal of symptoms, such as does it happen with every meal or only certain foods, how do your bowels function in relation to the nausea? For the nausea around intercourse pay attention to similar queues. ...Read more
I'm 16 and me and my boyfriend I've been having vaginal burning during and after sexual activity and very little light bleeding, what does this mean?
Several possibles: While it is possible it could be something as simple as irritation from sex, it is as likely that you have some type of infection causing the problem. At your young age you need to find out the source, because infections untreated can lead to long term problems including infertility and cervical cancer. Set up appointment asap with gyn to have good exam done to get to cause of the problem. ...Read more
Had a circumcision 2 months ago, and the scar flares up after sexual activity, any advice? Or know how long til it should be fully healed?
Should be healed: At two months you should be healed; however, it takes a year for most scars to fully mature. During that time the redness and sensitivity in the scar will diminish. Redness increases with increased blood flow. ...Read more
I sometimes get a clear or semen like discharge from my penis within a few hours after sexual activity, should I be concerned or is this normal?
Skin around my clitoris swells up to the size of my labia minora (like I have 3 labia minora)for days after sexual activity. Is this normal?
Normal: The skin around the clitoris (also called hood) becomes engorged (or filled with blood) during arousal. The inner labia do as well. Typically, after orgasm, the swollen tissues go back to their normal size. But, this can take awhile for some women. Most likely, this is completely normal. Ask your gynecologist during your next annual. ...Read more
If you don't have regular periods, and you bleed at times really dark/brown. & you don't "cum" after sexual activity. Can you not get pregant?
I'm a male, 28. Suffer from bladder retention which is worse after sexual activity. Sometimes urinate seconds after ejaculating. Tested for infection.
Incomplete: It is difficult to give you any recommendations based on your statements. How much retention? How was it tested? You should be checked for infection and basic kidney function. Other high-tech tests such as a cmg might be helpful, however start with your regular doctor have a history and physical completed and go from there. ...Read more
Took a quantitative blood test this week, 9 weeks after sexual activity, came back < 0.6 hcg, Ovulation test positive 4 days later. Am I pregnant?
Hi, I'm 21 and I had my ultrasound yesterday, exactly 10 days after sexual activity and my ultrasound findings was thickened endometrium it's 1.6cm my doctor says that it's normal since I'm going to have my period on the first week of October. But I am ex
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