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What causes abdominal pain after intercourse? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 18-Apr-2014
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User:hello sir
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:i had a pain in ma testicle and lower abdomen after inter course
User:it is the second time
Doctor:When did you have this pain and are you still in pain?
User:yesterday evening
User:now i do hav a little pain
Doctor:Does the pain increase while passing urine?
Doctor:How is it today when compared to yesterday - is it better / worse?
User:no pain while urinateting
User:now the pain is better
User:i even get a painin ma abdomen
Doctor:If you have no other symptoms besides the pain and if its getting better now
Doctor:then it is most likely a muscular ache.
Doctor:However other possibilities of hernia cannot be excluded.
User:ok but it was the second time i faced this problem
Doctor:I would suggest you to avoid sexual intercourse for a while.
Doctor:If the ache is troubling you now, you can take oral pain killers such as ibuprofen 200mg twice a day.
User:shoulkd i follow any medication
Doctor:If this pain lasts for more than 3-4 days,
Doctor:I will recommend you to see a doctor.
User:pain is better compaired to yesterday
Doctor:He will perform a detailed physical examination and request for an ultrasound test to identify the cause.
Doctor:You can take the pain killer only if you have severe pain.
Doctor:If pain is getting better, you just need to keep a watch on it.
Doctor:No need for medicines.
Doctor:Did you follow what I said?
User:the pain is not severe now
User:yes doc
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:nope not as now
User:Thank you
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
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