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Had anal sex. Having constipation. Pain near hip. Drinking cinnamon tea to induce periods. Suggestions?

Hi I recently fooled around with my boyfriend and it was anal and then he put his penis in my vagina it was 100% dry a couple mins later I peed and wiped very good and 3 days later I m all constipated I guess from the anal. Now it s been. Week and. My lower abdomen hurts near my hip. I am drinking cinnamon tea right now bc I read it induces period and that would relieve some stress if it came. What are your views? Also I am only a teenager I regret doing what I did.. I have been on birth control for 3 years and I only miss 2 pills a month at the most.. Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

Your bowel function will return to normal, the mild trauma it would have sustained would result in the discomfort and constipation that you are experiencing.
You can try some lifestyle modifications to see if they help with the constipation, this would include the following: (1) use of at least 8 glasses of water
(2) eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables. This means fruit or vegetables with each main meal and with your snacks. You can try prunes, they are helpful with constipation
(3) keep active, activity can sometimes assist in constipation

It is good that you take your pill consistently. Daily use, at approximately the same time each day allows for maximum effectiveness.
Remember that an oral contraceptive will protect against pregnancy but not against sexually transmitted infections so it would be best to use a condom as well.

The use of an anti inflammatory pain killer such as cataflam or ibuprofen may help you with the discomfort.

hope this helps
Answered: Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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