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Pain in the lower abdomen after intercourse. Reason?

Goodnight I had intercourse last night, A hour later i was waken up by a bad stomach pain in my lower abdomen . I when to the bathroom to pass urine and it was pain full as it cam out. It has been about 6days since my boyfriend and i had sex so i dont know if this could have caused it. I still have to discomfort in the abdomen now and if i sit down to hard i feel it. Do you have any idea what it can be?
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response

Thank you for the query.

Such symptoms are most likely caused by urinary tract infection. Intercourse can trigger such infection. Frequent urinating, burning while urinating and lower abdominal pain sometimes radiating to the back are characteristic for this conditions. I suggest you to have urine analysis, blood work and abdominal ultrasound performed. Antibiotics seems necessary. You should also drink more mineral water. Hot baths should ease the pain.

Hope this will help.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Nupur K's  Response

Welcome to the forum

You are suffering from UTI. E.coli infection commonly causes pain lower abdomen, burning sensation on micturition, scanty urine. Neglect may result in headache, bodyache, fever, nausea, vomiting, blood in urine, etc.

Get your urine test ( routine and culture ) done, to rule out E.coli. Norfloxacin tabs can help you feel better. For pain, take some analgesic. Drink plenty of water to flush out the toxic effect of your body system.

Do not use public shower or toilet, avoid unprotected sex and multiple partners, take care of your hygiene, wear cotton clothes, eat home made food avoid oily spicy food, take care.
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