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Pain After Sex
Testicular pain next day after intercourse. Pain in Testical, pain with ejaculation, scrotal pain. Happens lot after intercourse?
Anal fissure possibl: If' you've had persistent pain for six months since anal sex, you need to be evaluated by a surgeon (general or colo-rectal). If you have new pain, especially with a bowel movement you probably have a fissure. Use a stool softener (not a laxative) - colace (docusate sodium) or similar - twice a day until it's easier to go. Regardless, you should see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain during intercourse. Pain during menstrual,back ache,bad headaches,lasting a week before and after.started after tubal 10 months ago?
Pain: Pain with intercourse is not normal. It may be due to scar tissue but is still something that needs to be evaluated and an exam is necessary for evaluation. The other symptoms frequently appear after a tubal because you stop the other methods of contraception that prevent or decrease the cramping and headaches common with menses (there are many non-contraceptive benefits to pills, parches,etc.) ...Read more
Doubt STD: The immediate symptoms were just irritation, gas, or something along those lines. No infection can cause symptoms that fast. Even the diarrhea probably is unrelated; most STDs from anal sex would cause rectal or anal pain, sores, discharge, etc. So probably just a coincidence. But see doctor if it continues. If STD risk (new or unsafe partner), rectal STD testing would be a good idea to be safe. ...Read more
After treatment for chlamydia. Ten days aftr treatmnt. Abdominal pain( not during sex) and bleeding during n after sex. I've only had sex once since?
Need time: Still you may have pelvic infection , need more time and treatments, make sure you will go for follow up visits to your doctor make sure prevent future std's by taking protective measures. ...Read more
Sex and UTI: Females may get a urinary tract infection (UTI) after sex as they have a short urethra allowing bacteria to enter the bladder. To prevent this, you need to urinate as soon as possible after having sex to prevent the bacteria from entering your bladder. Now, you need to see a physician to have a urine cultured ordered and get placed on antibiotics. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor, I had protected sex with sex worker, since 74 days ago, after two weeks of exposure I had fever, back pain, body pain & penis irritation. Afte?
You will need to get: proper examination, diagnosis and treatment by experienced healthcare provider to rule you out of a host of sexual transmitted disease, including HIV, HepB/C, syphilis, gonorrhea/chlamydia, trichomonas, and other things. "Protected" intercourse does not in anyway keep you 100% safe from these things, as oral and anal sex present new avenues of infection. ...Read more
My gf having stomach pain from 2days after we had unsafe sex. she took pill after the intercourse ?
Stomach pain: By stomach, I believe you're referring to abdomen & pelvis. There are many reasons for stomach pain, not the least of which is sexually transmitted diseases/infections after unprotected sex. Bladder infection is also common after sex. If pain is higher up, she may have coincidental heartburn. By pill, I believe you're referring to emergency contraception. Of note, stomach pain is known side effect ...Read more
Miscarried 17 days ago unlrotected sex right after fregancy urinating, nausea no vomiting, abdominal pain?
Had sex few weeks ago, cramp still after menstruation, feeling sick, pain later stage of urination, constant urination sometimes back pains aswell?
Urination pain: It is likely you have acquired an infection e.g. A urinary tract infection or a sexually transmitted infection. Best to see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Not long: Provided there are no tears, the vaginal discomfort usually only last a few minutes. If it is longer you may have some superficial tears that should heal in a few days. ...Read more
Cramping: Cramping can sometimes be an indication that something (blood or mucous) is passing through the cervix. When you have cramping pain after intercourse it could be due to the contractions that occur after an orgasm, or general inflammation associated with your menstrual cycle. You may want to try Ibuprofen to help with this cramping and see if makes any better. ...Read more
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