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Bleeding after intercourse. Pain in the abdomen, back pain and nausea. Pregnant?

Hi Dr. samuel I just finished my period on the 14 of August. My husband and I had sex shortly after and I noticed when I went pee and wiped there was a little blood . My abdomen ans stomach is sore and I have a bit of a back pain my spin seems to hurt around my lower back and I m kinda nauseous. I ve also noticed I m very tired and my husband and I have been trying to get pregnant. I don t know what is wrong with me please help me
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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You had your intercourse nearly during ovulation period. You are trying to get pregnant, what you experience may not be signs of pregnancy.
Signs of pregnancy or implantaion does not happen so soon after intercourse.
Back pain, blood, stomach ache may be due to a rough sex between you
This may cause abdominal muscle contraction which may make you feel nauseous.
You could take anti-spasmodics if this pains are worse. and also analgesic for back pain.
This is nothing to worry about. You could have regular sexual intercourse if both of you are comfortable.
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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