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Earlier had yeast infection. Stomach pain after having sex, nausea

One week ago I was diagnosed with Yeast infection , I have taken medicines for it and it seems like it is getting better. Yesterday I had sex with my boyfriend and while lying on the back I felt an uncomfortable pain in the lower left side of my stomach . A couple of minutes later in another position I felt a really bad pain in my lower pelvic region. It lasted for a couple of minutes, maybe 15. It was too painful so we had to stop. I also felt quite nauseous. Today I went snowboarding and as I was moving around I could still feel a bit of pain in the same area.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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thanks for the query,

Vaginal yeast infection, which is the most common form of vaginitis is often referred to as vaginal Candidiasis.

In women, signs and symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection are a white discharge that is thick and often described as having a cottage cheese appearance. The infection typically causes itching and irritates the vagina and surrounding outer tissues. On occasion there may be pain with sexual intercourse or burning with urination.

I recommend you to get a swab test done to rule out recurrent candidiasis.
Also rule out PID-pevic inflammatory disease and endometriosis by doing USG.

Contact your gynaecologist after diagnosis for treatment.

hope this helps,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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