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Cause of abdominal pain post protected sex - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hello doctor, my boyfriend and I had sex for the first time two days ago
User :   and I have been taking Diane-35 before we had sex and even after it
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Can you mention your age?
User :   but we did have protected sex
User :   22
Doctor :   Ok
User :   but i feel pain in my stomach and my tummy, is that normal?
User :   is there any chance that i might be pregnant?
Doctor :   Since how long have you been taken Diane?
User :   for about 7 months now
Doctor :   When was the last time you had your period?
User :   nov. 4th
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   When did you have unprotected sex?
Doctor :   At what date?
User :   on the 29th
User :   it was protected
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Then there are minimal chances of getting pregnant.
User :   is it normal to feel pain in the tummy/stomach area?
Doctor :   The symptoms may be non-specific but not due to pregnancy.
Doctor :   It may be due to Premenstrual Syndrome
User :   thank you doctor.
Doctor :   If your periods are delayed beyond the 4th then after a week
Doctor :   test your urine with a Urine Pregnancy Test with a home kit.
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