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Had watery discharge 2 days after sex. Have back pain and cramps. Reason?

by aisha910, 29 minutes My boyfriend and I been together going on 3years and we been trying to conceive. We been trying for over a year now but anyways my cycle was feb 23, 2013 and I got off feb 27, 2013 and we had unprotected sex on the last day of my cycle which was the 27th then a day or 2 later I got clear watery discharge but not itch or burn at all, very bad low back pain and lil cramps on the left side of my abdomen . These pains started a few days after we had sex and its still happening til this day march 12, 2013. We always make love and were trying for a baby. I went to the doctor and she said its not a urinary infections and she had me pee in a cup and she pressed down on my abdomen and it hurted. I m not for sure what to think or do and my next cycle should start march 23rd or so. Somebody please help
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
It is due to infection after unprotected sex.Take proper local care.Use medicated soap to clean.avoid tight under garment.
Start proper local and oral antibiotic under guidance of your doctor.
Go for certain investigation like cbc,thyroid profile,rbs,hormonal study,usg abdomen and ovulation study and also semen analysis of your boy friend.
Consult your gynecologist for further guidance and medical management.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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