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Had sex during ovulation. Have headache, sensitive to smell, nausea and frequent urination. Pregnancy?

hi i had my lst period on feb 27 . had sex around when i would have ovulated now since than a few days after it started with head achs , than a week an half later smels stated to bug me now i can not drink my hot coffee ... i use to drink a half a pot a day before all this . now i am due any day now for my period but now nausea horrible dizze foggy headed tired an the need to pee alot .... but have the same horrible cramps i get before my period but i have been having them since a week after we had sex an they are getting worse with everyday i have teh feeling down there like i will start my period at any momment but every other feeling of being pregnant my in side of my vagina hurts alittle to with sex ...any in puts please
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016


Unprotected sex during ovulation time has high risk for being pregnant. You undergo blood test for beta-hcg & TVS scan at the earliest to rule out pregnancy.

Other reasons are hormonal imbalance, ovarian cyst, over wt/ loss, irregular diet habit, stress/ anxiety, thyroid disturbance etc.

Here, you need to consult with gynecologist for relevant investigation like pelvic ultrasound, hormone assay etc and take suggestive measures accordingly.

Take some anti spasmodic (like Drotin) to get relief from abdominal cramp. All the best.
Answered: Tue, 26 Apr 2016
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