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Abdominal pain during intercourse - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
Doctor :   Are you with me, Sheila?
User :   hi,i was wondering what it means when ur havins sex with your partner ofcourse,somtimes you get a pain in your under belly
User :   yes jus writin
User :   oh
User :   sorry
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   That can happen sometimes
User :   im not that good wit englis im tryin too write in english
Doctor :   It is due to increased blood flow of the genitals during sex
User :   may i know who im talkin with
User :   an XXXXXXXX perhaps
Doctor :   It can also happen you are not having an orgasm
User :   oky but can it damage anythin in my body
User :   nice too meet you
Doctor :   No, it is normal to feel that way especially during the initial few days.
Doctor :   You will slowly get used to it with time.
Doctor :   Try to have more foreplay
Doctor :   Snce when are you having it and what is your age?
Doctor :   If you are having it recently, then I suggest that you consult a Gynecologist and get an Ultrasound scan done
Doctor :   As you may have an infection.
Doctor :   Also drink plenty of oral fluids
Doctor :   Are you with me?

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