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Frequent urination, painful intercourse and getting short period. HPT negative. What's going on?

HI, About a week and a half ago I had my period. I only bled for three days and it was very light when my periods usually last 5 days and are very heavy. Sex is painful and I have very frequent urination . Ive had around 3 bad headaches and I am constantly tired. I took a pregnancy test a few days ago and it was negative. What could be going on? Thanks, LDS
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Hello, well from the history you have given, I would suggest you to consult your gynaecologist. will require a detail history and a per vaginal examination before coming to a conclusion. ....sometimes in very early weeks of gestation the urine pregnancy test may show faintly positive line or will not turn out to be positive, this is because of low levels of beta HCG in early weeks. ....Underlying pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis can also cause pain during intercourse......hope i was helpful to you. ..
Answered: Sat, 7 Dec 2013
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