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Pain in abdomen after having sex. Feeling gassy. Did not ejaculate inside. Cause of pain?

I had sex with my boyfriend a little over a week ago and ever since then I have had some pain in my abdomen and my side, I also started my period about 4 or 5 days after( I have irregular periods so I never know when they may come) anyways the pain has lessened. I have felt slightly gassy. I haven t had any change in eating or such. I feel active and all, just curious as to what might be wrong. It was my first time and I didn t bleed during or after, he didn t ejaculate inside of me or even before hand . Not sure how long I should wait for the pain to go away or what. Any answers would be greatly appreciated!
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for calling H.C.M.F.
As you describe you had sex for the first time and you had pain in abdomen and side. lasted for few days.
It is due to 1st experience you had pain, it is optional, as you had pain it is suggestive of having tear. Of course it may be cured by its own but it is better to have treatment by a doctor.
Simply by a non invasive treatment it will you will be fine. Though no pain it is wise to have treatment for complete healing.
Wishing for complete recovery.
Best regards.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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