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Had unprotected sex. Having bloating, burning in stomach. Pregnancy tests negative. Suggestions?

I had an abortion 11 weeks ago wednesday, I had unprotected sex a week after abortion but I ve took 3 pregnancy tests , one last week which all came back negative and I had the implant put it. I m worried as I feel bloated all the time and I get burning in my stomach often. I m on tablets for infection but they don t seem to be working.
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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you had an abortion and since then you have burning epigastric pain and bloated sensation..
since urine pregnancy test is negative, need not worry about it..
the problem you have could be due to gastritis..
see your physician for the confirmation and prescription of antacids and prokinetics.. overuse of antibiotics will cause antibiotics induced enteropathy, so take probiotics for this, drink lots of water, and do regular exercise..
all the very best..
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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