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Had intercourse after periods, feeling nausea, stomach feels heavy, having gastic problem. What's wrong?

I had sex exactly two weeks ago from now. And it was my first day after my last period over. Now since 2 days i am feeling nausea and feeling my stomach is heavy. Even i have no problem in stool . But yes before 3 days i was not passing stool. And now i have gastic problem only. When i eat something and after sometime when i feel nausea, i take something which can digest my food like cold drink. And then i belch again and again. But until i don t passed stool i don t feel comfortable. When i had sex my partner used condom. But before he worn condom and came inside me, we both discharged and that time he was rubbing me. I want to know what s going on with me?
Asked On : Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
in case of regular periods it is rare to have pregnancy because of intercourse on 6th day.
if your periods are with 30days plus cycle length then these could be post ovulation symptoms,
anyhow as pre ejaculate fluid can contain few spermatozoa,
if your periods get delay better to check for pregnancy once,
depending on the result you can proceed,
meanwhile you can take antacids to get relieved of symptom with your doctor's advice.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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