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Dr. Alfredo Nieves
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Pain During Sex (Definition)

For both men and women, pain can occur in the pelvic area during or soon after sexual intercourse. It can happen at any time during sex -- for example, at the time of penetration, erection, or ejaculation -- or after sexual activity. Eventually, ongoing pain may cause a person to lose interest in any sexual activity. The medical term ...Read more


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Hello, What is the reason of leg pain after sexual activity? My husband has this problem

Hello,
What is the reason of leg pain after sexual activity?
My husband has this problem

Muscle pain: This may be related to position particularly if held for a length time. Stretch prior to sex to warm up your muscles and after to try and relief the pain. All the best. ...Read more

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Is it normal to get a headache after sexual activity?

Is it normal to get a headache 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

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Penis 'doesn't feel right' after sexual activity. Need some advice?

Penis 'doesn't feel right' after sexual activity. Need some advice?

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

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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?

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?

Pretty sure: 3 months later, an active syphilis infection should generate an antibody response and a positive RPR/VDRL. Please use a condom with each sexual encounter. It will save you stress and blood pressure points. ...Read more

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What physical changes happen after sexual activity?

What physical changes happen after sexual activity?

Sex: if your talking about the whole process, one will achieve orgasm. A pleasureful sensation, relaxation of the mind, and to be intuned with your body on a newer level. Your skin is more sensitive to touch, and senses more hightened. ...Read more

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Does the prostate normally swell after sexual activity?

Does the prostate normally swell after sexual activity?

Yes!: Swelling comes from vascular encourgement. The physical stress will lead to an inaccurate psa for up to two days! no kidding! but don't stop enjoying the best of sporting activities! ...Read more

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Is it normal to have minor bleeding after sexual activity?

Is it normal to have minor bleeding after sexual activity?

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