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Lower abdominal pain of my wife. What is the cause for the pain ?

My wife is 21 years old. I had my first sex with her about one week ago. It was 9th day from the period. We had a unprotected sex. So she took a Unwanted 72( emergency contraceptive pill) tablet after 46 hours. Now she feel some pain at lower abdomen for more than 8 hours. What is the cause for the pain? Is there any chance of pregnancy? We don't want any child. Please answer me as soon as possible. I am very worried. Thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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There are so many causes of pain in lower abdomen . rupture of graffian follicle can cause pain in the mid cycle.But in your case you must rule out some sort of infection,which is quite common known as Honey moon infection.As she has taken emergency contraceptive pills with in the 46 hours of unprotected sex.So chances of pregnancy are very remote & it is too early to say she is pregnant.there is no test which can detect pregnancy at such an early phase.Disclaimer
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