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Fluttering in uterus, cramping, discomfort after having sex. Pain under ribs when breathing

had sex day before yesterday directly after sex i had fluttering in what felt like my uterus then the day after cramping and discomfort. today pain under my ribs and stomach cramping. the pain under my ribs is most noticable when breathing deeper breaths standing up sitting down and lifting. its probably a 5 or 6 on a pain scale to ten.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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As per your symptoms, you seem to be suffering from an intercostal muscle catch; any trauma to the rib cage also should be excluded. You will need local and systemic analgesics for relief. Cramping can happen at the time of ovulation, just before a period and during or after an intercourse due to the release of the hormone Oxytocin during the sexual activity. Pregnancy chances are more if you happened to be in the fertile period at the time of the intercourse. Please see a physician for further appraisal of the situation. Wish you good health.
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