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Had intercourse during ovulation. Getting severe abdominal pain, sweating and dizziness. What's wrong?

Lately when i have sex with my partner around ovulation time i get severe abdominal pain where it feels like im in labour again (i have a 3 year old) i lay in so much pain then i need to go to the toilet to empty my bowels. Its painful and i start uncontrollably sweating and the dizziness gets to the point if i dont lay down ill faint. Takes around 45mins till the pain and sweating and dizziness passes. What could all this mean?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Welcome to healthcare magic
As you have described the problem of abdominal pain while sex in nearby time of ovulation.
As per the changes in reproductive system while ovulation, such female faces various problem as fever, Pain, sickness, discomfort and as you have a problem of pain while sex at that time.

all things like dizziness, pain,sweating are being with the hormonal changes while the time of ovulation. you should have to visit nearest gynecologist to rule out any another deformities developed at your pelvic region or not?
For the solution, either you have to avoid sex while this period or should have to take antispasmodic pain reliever medicines at that time. for that you have to ask your nearest doctor.

Dr. Nikul Patel
Answered: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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